Also known as Apiarists, we promote all aspects of the keeping and tending of bees in a network of farms and producers. Many of our beeyards, also known as apiaries, are located in wild protected areas. We are always looking to explore new areas for the placement of bees. In New Jersey, this is becoming difficult. It's not about the location itself but whats next to the location.
Beekeepers are all around you, although finding one can be difficult even in a perfect world. We're here to help you and enjoy "talking bees". A handful of our apiaries are public accessible and can accommodate small groups. PLEASE INQUIRE.
As an active member of NOFA (Northeast Organic Farmers Association), we support all aspects of organic farming which ultimately protects our bees as well as all pollinators. Pictured above are young starter hives at Rutgers Gardens (Rutgers University Botanical Gardens, North Brunswick, NJ USA).
We can't do it all and through a dedicated handful of choice regional retailers, we aim to get the product to you. Check our retailer's page for a retailer in your area. If inconvenient by retailer, please do call or reach out by email or Facebook Messager and we'll work on a plan.
Hive removal from structures can be easy and sometimes tricky. If you need answers, we can help. Likewise, swarms happen and you need answers fast.. While typically not as defensive as actual hives, knowing what to do and what not to do is key. In all situations, never spray. Contact your local beekeeper association or reach out to us, we may be able to help you.
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