About Our Bees
To Help Revive the B.C. Bee Population.
Pollinators, such as our Honey Bees, transfer pollen and seeds from one flower to another, fertilizing the plant so it can grow and produce food. Cross-pollination helps at least 30 percent of the world's crops and 90 percent of our wild plants to thrive. Without bees to spread seeds, many plants—including food crops—would die off.
To help maintain the local economy and produce the best honey, we solely believe in only producing honey and keeping our bees in British Columbia, Canada. What first started as a project of only 50 hives has burst into a full-scale commercial honey production of over 1000 hives. Every winter, without the use of chemicals, varroe mite disease, and harsh conditions, we lose on average 20-40% of our bees. This, however is often recouped in the summer.
With summer in full bloom, each hive can grow to a size of around 60,000 bees. At our peak time, we keep close to 60 Million Bees. With the continued support of our local community, we aim to keep more bees and pollinate more crops.