Happy National CSA Week!!

To celebrate National CSA Week, we'll be listing a reason each day on why we think it's a good idea to join a CSA! 

Reason #1: HEALTH!
We all know it's all about eating your vegetables! But, not all vegetables are created equal. Produce grown in nutrient rich soil without chemical inputs are not only healthier for you, but way better for the environment. A double win. Sign up for your CSA share for your health and the health of the planet!


Why We March

The World Marched today... and we joined in the crowds of men, women, children of all ages, creeds, religions, backgrounds. We stand together. We rise to protect this beautiful place we call home. To protect peace, unity, dignity, freedom. 
As Obama said, "this is just the warm up", we continue to march on every day in each choice we make to liberate ourselves, to care for one another, to care for the earth and ALL of our relations.
We are full of HOPE and we are with each of you in our work every day to care for what is worth saving and nurturing. 
Planting seeds of peace.
Inviting you to join...
Together WE ARE!!

Pizza Nights at the Farm!!

Our first Pizza Night will be Sunday, July 10th 4-7pm! With musical guests Hannah Fair and Nate Gusakov! Check our calendar for upcoming events, or better yet, join our email list to receive detailed information!! See you there!

Summer is going to be DELICIOUS!! Wednesday CSA pick up at Middlebury Chocolate!

We can't wait to see our friends at Middlebury Chocolates every week during our CSA season! We've just added their chocolate shop as a pick up location for our Middlebury CSA shares!
What could be better than picking up a box of fresh vegetables and staying for a bite of delicious artisan chocolate or a chocolate milkshake?! Yum!!!
We're even working on a collaboration AND might be adding a Chocolate CSA soon too! We'll keep you posted, for sure!!

NEW: Midsummer Half Season Share! Now Available for purchase by 8/19

Midseason Half Share
from 200.00
size share:
Add To Cart

Been jealous of your neighbor's CSA share with us? It's not too late to get in on the bounty!! 

Join us through the rest of our growing season with a midsummer share!

Please purchase by 8/19 for first pick up on 8/20. Shares are small size only and last for 11 weeks of pick up!


Open Farm Week! August 3rd-9th

We're participating in Open Farm Week! Here's a link to more info about the week long, statewide event: http://www.diginvt.com/events/detail/vermont-open-farm-week-2015

We're open for visitors 9am-noon Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to show folks around and there will be opportunity to do some U-Pick with our everbearing strawberries. Stay tuned via our facebook page for info on an ice cream social, likely on Saturday!

Come see us or visit another VT farm. There are over 90 participating!

CSA Shares now Available!!

CSA SHARES are now available with Golden Well Farm and Apiaries!!!

This will be our first season offering CSA shares to 20 families. All first year CSA members will be eligible for 10% discount for the next 2 years. Summer shares run from June 22nd-October 25th. 

Stay tuned for more info. "Like" our facebook page to be kept up to date!

Golden Well Farm & Apiaries... Now, at a Farmers' Market near you!

We've started vending our Honey Caramels, Honey Jams along with our farm-fresh veggies at local farmers' markets. Come find us in Vergennes, VT most Thursdays, or Rutland on Saturdays. We're also hoping to hit a couple of markets up in Burlington. We have tons of new products including  Raspberry-Rosehip-Rose Honey Jam and our Jar-o-Mel Salted Caramel Dip and Drizzle. Follow us on facebook for the latest on our whereabouts. 

Honey Caramels now at Clementine Store in Middlebury, VT

We're happy to announce that our favorite store in Middlebury, VT is now carrying Golden Well Apiaries' line of Honey Caramels!


About Clementine:

Clementine, is a store nestled in the village of Middlebury Vermont. It is a place to gather inspiration and find your new favorite things. Shop online: www.clementinestore.com.

Clementine is run by Emily, a Vermonter who loves selvage, bias & knowing that her sewing machine has a birth date. Emily has been a lawyer, a lobbyist and an advocate for women and families. She began this blog to chronicle things sewn, typed & images she finds unavoidably fetching. In November of 2010 she quit her day job and opened Clementine. 



GOLDENWELL <3 s Mary Meyer and Lila Rice

As Mentioned in TIME OUT NY...

Time Out says

Mon Jan 28 2013

Score this local jewelry designer’s hip baubles for 20 percent off inside the Mary Meyer boutique. Highlights include snake-print studs for $55 (normally $69); brass-and-sterling cuffs, knocked down from $258 to $206; and hammered-brass hoop earrings, dipped from $160 to $128. Because jewelry and chocolate go hand in hand for Valentine’s Day, pick up Golden Well Apiaries’ four-piece chocolate or caramel boxes ($12). Gratis beer and rum punch is also up for grabs, as well as mole tacos prepared by local chefs Jonathan Meyer and Will Griffin.


GOLDEN WELL APIARIES' New Line of Honey Caramels...


$14/ 4 pc box, $36/ 12 pc box assorted
Place an order by 2/7 to ship in time for Valentine's Day!


Boxes are an assortment of the following flavors:

ALMOND BLOSSOM: Orange Blossom-Infused Honey Caramel w/ Toasted Almonds

MAHA ROSE: Rose & Cardamom Infused Honey Caramel with Pistachios

FLEUR de SEL: Honey Caramel enrobed in Dark Chocolate & dusted with Celtic Sea Salt

MARIGOLD: Honey Caramel infused with Grapefruit essence, enrobed in Milk Chocolate & dusted with fresh Bee Pollen

All Hail the Queens

We decided to re-Queen a couple of our hives and split a couple more. Ryan bought 4 Queens from Olympic Wilderness Apiaries. They have an incredible Queen rearing program and graft Queens from entirely untreated breeder colonies from Russian and wild survivor stock. He once bought one of their Select Queens whilst still in WA, but gave her to Melissa of Melissabees.com when we were in NM. Apparently the hive is doing incredibly well. 


Our postmaster was quite worked up when the package from WA marked "LIVE QUEEN BEES" arrived to our little East Wallingford post office. I picked them up while Ryan was at work and gave them drops of water and honey. We prepared the new nucs later that evening. We also performed the royal task of beheading the Queens in the hives that were struggling.