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Backyard Pollinator

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Jed & Kathy Williams have developed a farmer-direct pollination unit called the Backyard Pollinator. Leafcutter bees are friendly, efficient & fun!

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

1 hour 10 minutes ago

Hey folks, want to save some shipping $$??
We have Pre-built CEDAR Solitary Bee Barns stocked at Wilson's Lifestyle Centre in Saskatoon for the Christmas season. These barns don't contain larvae but come with a code which can be redeemed between February & June for a 25g bag of leafcutter cocoons (shipped via Canada Post free of charge).
A unique present for the gardener in your life!
PS. Also in stock at The Wandering Market - MJ’s Local Food Grocery Store-y in Moose Jaw and Handmade Saskatchewan in Regina.

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

8 hours 40 minutes ago

Buying Christmas gifts for a gardener or nature lover? Our Bee Barns are just the bee’s knees! Check out our gift shop today. http://ow.ly/nzzq50xe3jO #giftideas #christmas

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

22 hours 48 minutes ago

What have we been doing lately? Making lots and lots of packets of alfalfa seed samples. Jed will be at Canadian Western Agribition in a week's time (Nov 25-30th) to promote our alfalfa seed to all the cattle farmers. If you're going to this show in Regina, stop by booth #825 to say hello. A friendly face is always welcome!

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

2 days 10 hours ago

Our three gorgeous children modelling the t-shirts we've had made. Looks like a Christmas card photo to me!

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

3 days 10 hours ago

Did you know that our bees have been sold across Canada and into the States! We love that our bees have found new homes in EVERY Canadian province. http://ow.ly/JWDI50x6lru

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

3 days 22 hours ago

Twenty years ago this month I arrived in Dalby, Queensland (Australia) for 12 months of work and travel. I worked on a grain farm, driving the first grain cart I'd ever seen. The family I was employed by took me along on their annual vacation at Fraser Island, that was completely magical.
In February 2000 I met Jed who was working at a fabrication shop in Dalby. We got engaged that Easter and in May began a 6 month trip around the "outside" of Australia. We drove north to Darwin then journeyed through Western Australia, across the Great Australian Bight, through Adelaide and I finally got to see the Great Ocean Road. We finished up in Sydney where I attended 10 events at the Olympic Games.
What a life-changing year that was! Jed likes to call himself my "6 foot souvenir". I had some fun looking through my photo albums, lots of memories and it's hard to believe that's 20 years ago.

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

5 days 10 hours ago

Don’t worry about storage of your bee larvae all winter long – we’ll do that for you! When you order your Bee Barn, you’ll be sent a code for your larvae that will be redeemable in the spring. Visit us online to start your Christmas shopping. http://ow.ly/Z1bL50x6lqJ

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

6 days 8 hours ago

Looking for a neat Christmas gift? Our Bee Barns make a great present for your kids and grandkids. Give our DIY Bee Barn and let them personalize it! Check out our awesome gift shop. http://ow.ly/yZ4J50x92sk

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

1 week 1 hour ago

**ATTENTION Moose Jaw and area**
I'm headed to The Wandering Market - MJ’s Local Food Grocery Store-y (461 Athabasca St E) to stock them up with Backyard Pollinator Bee Barns for Christmas.
You can choose between the Cedar $65 or the Unstained version $60 (perfect for your kids or grandkids to customize). Each barn is coded on the bottom... just e-mail us your code in the spring (between Feb 1st and June 30th) to receive your 25g bag of Leafcutter Bee cocoons in the mail, free of charge.
Questions?? Contact us at backyardpollinator@gmail.ca

Backyard Pollinator

Backyard Pollinator

1 week 1 day ago

My maternal Grandpa Bob McIntosh is the person that I want to honor this Remembrance Day. Growing up in the Dirty Thirties, there was very little employment or opportunity for travel. My Grandpa longed to see the world but times were tough. As a young man he went great distances for work, such as the goldfields near Prince Albert and the logging camps of Quebec. Riding the rails was his means of transportation. He built his own grain cleaner and earned enough with this operation to pay for Radio Operators School in Toronto. Grandpa told me that he rode into Toronto on a railcar as a hobo and a few months later rode out First Class. WWII had begun and his skills were in demand. In his years with the Merchant Marines he got to see every continent except Asia. Thank you Grandpa for your example of entrepreneurial spirit and your love of travel.


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