Welcome to The Panoramic Project!

The Duck Shack Honey Project:

If you are wondering, yes, the bees in the picture are our bees. They have been very busy making honey and bringing in pollen to feed their young.  Here is a recent video showing the bees in action as seen from their front porch:

Our bees are a labor of love. The revenue we realize from honey sales goes right back to supporting our bees through equipment, breeding, and management investments.

Over the last decade honeybees have been under attack from mites, viruses, pesticides, and Colony Collapse Disorder (i.e. “we don’t know why, but our bees are gone or dead” disease). One of the most important things we, as humans, can do to help them is to support more bee colonies. At the moment The Panoramic Project has three survivor colonies (through good living conditions no chemicals used to help them survive) and one new swarm colony. Your support is very much appreciated. So on behalf of our honeybees, and honeybees in general: Thank you!


Duck Shack Honey is available now! ┬áThis year’s crop is a little darker and richer than last year. Very yummy indeed.:

  • 5.5 oz. (by weight) — $8/jar
  • 7.2 oz. (by weight) — $10/jar
  • 11.0 oz. (by weight) — $15/jar

All prices include California sales tax.

To join our mailing list to be notified when the next crop of honey is available, please use the simple form below. We will only use your email no notify you about the new crop and for no other purpose.

2 thoughts on “Home

    1. DanCapshaw Post author

      Hi Joan,

      Well, our hours are variable depending on when we are around. That said, if the sign is out, please stop in. We will be putting the sign out as long as we have honey — which will probably be for at least several more weeks.




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