Styrofoam Collection January 26 and 27, 2019
Bay Hay and Feed will help collect Styrofoam!
Come to Bay Hay the weekend of January 26 and 27 2019 between 10 and 4 pm and bring your clean white, snappable and dry Styrofoam blocks and coolers. Remove all tape and stickers. (We do not take peanuts!)
In July 2018 we collected over 30, 2 yard dumpsters of Styrofoam!
Bay Hay will help collect Styrofoam 2 times a year in January and July.
CD RECYCLING January 26 and 27, 2019
In conjunction with our semi-annual Styro collection. Please bring only the CD's
Help Save the bees !
Bay Hay and Feed’s policy:
We have never and will never sell products with neonicotinoid insecticides for home or commercial use.
We have never and will never spray the plants that we have at Bay Hay with neonicotinoid insecticides.
We offer certified organic vegetable starts.
We are currently in the process of asking all our growers if they use neonicotinoids.
Tell congress to ban nionicotinoids Here is what else you can do: bee advice
Historical Museum Party July 26 2014
It was a fun Party! It was called Lives and Lies of Rollingbay.
The fundraising event was organized by the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum for Rollingbay.
Bay Hay and Feed delivering a Christmas tree at the Governor's Mansion 2013
1. Howard picking up Christmas trees in Washington State
2. Later that day delivering several trees to the Governor's Mansion in Olympia.
3. Jay Inslee cutting the end of the tree to make a ornament.
4. Howard and Jay in front of the Mansion.
5. Howard and Jay bringing the tree into the Mansion.
6. Howard with Jay and Trudi and their 2013 Christmas tree.
Bay Hay and Feed Employee Volunteering 2013
Bay Hay and Feed started a new employee volunteer program. Here is the first employee volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in the Dominican Republic. Every year Bay Hay and Feed will sponsor an employee to volunteer anywhere in the world.
Jay Inslee Campaign Event at Bay Hay and Feed 2012
Bay Hay received an award June 2nd 2011
Howard and Ce-Ann received an award from the Interfaith Council.
The Interfaith Council presents the Repairing the World annually to a local business that has made major contributions to the community in ways that model the purposes of the IFC:
to work for justice, peace, dignity, healing, dialogue, and the common good.
Home and Garden Show 2009
Having a booth at the home and garden show. That was organized by the Bainbridge Island Chamber of Commerce.