80 members make up the Guernsey Beekeepers' Association. Now in its 70th year, the self-funded body provides help and advice to local beekeepers, including those new to this important activity. The team also gives talks on the island's bees in our schools.
"Bees are threatened worldwide. We can make a difference here by keeping bees in hives, where they can live for over ten times longer than in the wild."
Damian Harris, President, Guernsey Beekeepers' Association
Wayne Billen, a Guernsey producer “Long days and tunnels make for the best quality mushrooms.”
A Guernsey community initiative - Planting the seeds for healthy eating
Parelle Butchery, a Guernsey producer “Our sausages start from farms we know well.”
“ Using clarified Guernsey butter on top of my pate is like pure gold.”
Keeping Guernsey green and scenic
“ There’s a great deal of Guernsey in each small batch of Wheadon’s Gin.”
“ All our gourmet coffee is roasted right here in Guernsey.”
"Our island's milk is naturally rich and creamy."
“ Fort Grey is the only blue cheese made here on the island from Guernsey milk.”
“ It’s a wonderful feeling supplying local communities with their food.”