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Swaying Daisies sells honey, helps bees

KAREN AND GERALD Posner opened Swaying Daisies Honeybee farm, farmstand and café on Route 7 in Ferrisburgh earlier this year. The couple sells raw honey harvested from their hives, along with honey-filled goodies, fresh produce and pollinator plants.  Independent photo/Marin Howell

Last year, Karen and Gerald Posner purchased the former Lamoille Woodcraft stand at 5075 Route 7 in Ferrisburgh, and this summer they started selling raw honey, honey-filled treats and goods from local farms and businesses under the new name. 

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