The bee gives honey but sometimes she stings; prosperitie hath its sweetness, also its stings. --Samuel Purchas, 1657
"If it can be measured, it can be managed"
Utilizing restoration ecology principles—
We promote a holistic and natural approach to farming, gardening and beekeeping.
Our goal is to provide our customers with unique beekeeping products and experiences derived from the use of pure and all natural tools, techniques, and ingredients. We endeavor to foster public awareness of the Honey Bee’s plight in modern agriculture through interactive educational platforms.
We consider beekeeping and the subsequent honey production and pollination sectors to be renewable and sustainable agribusinesses that are integral to our overall domestic agricultural production process.
We also consider the honey bee to be a keystone species that has a mutualistic relationship in our food supply chain.
The kiss of the sun for pardon
The buzz of the bees for mirth
One is nearer to God’s heart in a garden
Than anywhere else on earth
Adapted from Frank C. Pellet, 1879-1951
 A species that influences a local community in a disproportional way, when compared with its biomass*.
*Biomass is defined as: The total mass of living matter within a given unit of an environmental area.