HoneyBee will re-open soon for Strawberry U-pick and Raspberry U-pick in July

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Liz picks raspberries several times a week for those of you looking to purchase pre-picked Raspberries!

Follow the painted signs to the Honey Bee U-pick patch, which is approximately at 5700 Scio Church Rd when using GPS. You will see a newly constructed timber frame barn when you enter the driveway in the middle of a field. Look for these signs as you approach the corner of Zeeb and Scio Church roads:

Where to Park?
The attendant will tell you where to park or follow the pattern of the other cars. There is lots of parking at this site!

Other Important Reminders:
Check in with attendant when you arrive, since they will show you the best rows to pick. They will have a First Aid Kit on hand for minor injuries.

Porta Potty at this location, but otherwise no electricity or water.

Masks are not required at this site, since it is outside, but please feel free to wear one, if you are more comfortable. All will be encouraged to practice 6 ft. distancing as necessary.  Please be kind and polite to each other during these difficult times as “you picking” should be about “community building”!

You can pay with Cash, Check to “Tantre Farm”, or Venmo to @Deb-Lentz. We are not able to process credit cards at this time unless you are willing to pay the 3% PayPal fee. We do have a QR code for PayPal available.

-Take-Home Containers – We will have pint containers for you to pick into, and trays to take them home if you are picking lots, but you may bring your own.
-Water Bottle
-Mosquito Repellent – The mosquitos are now present at the U-pick patch! Please being your repellent!!
-Comfortable clothing – if you’ve ever picked berries before, you know that you may get hot and dirty, depending on the weather, so bring a hat, light clothing, and closed toed shoes. This patch is a bit weedy with some nettles, lambs quarters, and thistles, since this is our first year; the patch is not tilled; and we are using organic practices, so long pants might also be helpful for the weeds if needed.

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