Silly CL getting ready to make some animal treats. Amy says, “Calm down CL save some to share with the dogs! It looks like you’re hogging the dough!” Hahaha.
Measure on Brandon! Good job making those dog biscuits.
Cat on my peeps, cat on! Roll those cat treats! Meow!
Hey Matt, tell us what’s so funny! We wanna laugh too! Great work making treats for the local pups and kitties at the shelters y’all.
Work on, work on, work on! Clean that chicken coop.
Our hard work is never done when it comes to caring for our chickens. Thanks Zel and Brandon for doing such a great job!
Look at that extra clean nesting box in the background! Super job. Our chickens are gonna sleep so well this weekend!!!
Faith receiving her 1st prize award and ribbon from the Queen Hive Farm’s 2016 cake contest!
Thank you Faith for being our leader on this project, and for donating your personal time and assisting us financially with creating the winning cake! We would also like to thank Sherry, David, and Denise again as well for all of their hard work on the cake. We are so proud of you all!!
Thank you so much to Market Street United Methodist Church for donating us loads of apples! Candee, Dean, and Amy were making a healthy snack! Jason says “Make sure you make something for me too!”
Amy with her buddy Jackie! She says, “I love to visit my best friend!”.
Amy using the A.B.I.M.E. software to work on her memory skills. Amy says she enjoys this program because it helps with her memory and her fine motor skills. Woot woot, good job!
David and Maryann getting the ingredients ready to make omelets in a bag. Yum!
Y’all make a great team! Chop, chop, chop.
The men hard at work getting our pollinator garden ready for winter. Check out Andre bein’ silly back there. Hahaha. Good work guys!
We assessed the Eastern Shore Healthy Communities’ Wachapreague Walking Trail this week. Our Assessment Team walks these trails to help determine whether or not they are accessible for users who may have disabilities.
Another component of our assessment is to determine whether or not native plants can be found along the trails. Here we have our resident plant expert, Brandon, examining some Golden Rod which IS a native species of plant!
Walk on team, walk on! What a beautiful day to walk!
DJ assisting with the No Limits Cafe this week. Go DJ, go! Nice work.
We are still working on our organic catnip project. We hope to begin selling catnip as well as catnip treats for a fundraiser very soon! Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing catnip!
Continuing to work on the Comfort Dolls project! Thank you again to Poly-Fil and the Kiwanis Club of Accomack for their assistance with this project. We will have a lot more dolls ready soon!
Twice a month we bake dog and cat treats for the local Animal Control as well as the SPCA. Amy says “Eat on my pets, eat on!” Woof, woof, mee-ow! We hope our furry friends love them.
Chef David baking a cake to be entered into the cake contest at the Queen Hive Farm’s 3rd Annual Horse and Pony Festival. This is a fundraising event to benefit the rescue horses at Queen Hive Farm!
Brandon focusing hard on the task at hand – keeping the yard safe and beautiful! Great job Brandon!
Beginning to decorate the cake for the contest…
These 3 cake decorators were having way too much fun with decorating!
All done! Isn’t it gorgeous?! We are so proud to be involved in such a productive project which will benefit rescue horses in our community. Way to go Chef David, Queen Decorator Faith, and their handy helpers Denise and Sherry. You all did such a great job!