Western Pennsylvania's Local Food Guide

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Summer Smiles Honey Farm

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Twitter: @SummerSmilesHny
Address:
939 Horner Church Road, Pennsylvania 15563
Phone #: 8145250306
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Summer-Smiles-Honey-152786534766863/
County: Pennsylvania
Description:

Amanda Welsh and Darci Sanner are the owners of Summer Smiles Honey Farm, one of the latestAgri-tourism Experiences in southwestern Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands.

Known for Offering  EDUCATION, LODGING, AUTHENTIC Farm-to-Table DINING, and FULL BEEKEEPING SERVICES.

Their passion is to educate you on sustaining the environment and how we all can do our part to help the honey bees, while providing you the option to use  sustainable, 100% pure honey and beeswax products made with God given ingredients.   The girls are also super passionate about food.  Locally grown, organic, non-GMO, food.  They raise and forage 80% of what they consume.

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Content Submission Date: November 8, 2019

We’re excited to be publishing our 2nd annual Western PA Local Food Guide in early 2020 - right in time for the PA Farm Show!

This directory of farms, farmers' markets, CSAs, etc. will also contain local food tips, hacks & know-how from farms, food businesses, and food resource organizations.

We help consumers connect to tools and resources to know how and where to access local, real, healthy food year-round.

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