• Honey Garden Apiaries

    The roots of Honey Gardens Apiaries started in 1965 from a single beehive kept on the roof of a farmhouse. From there, Honey Gardens eventually expanded to include thousands of hives across Vermont and Massachusetts, then branched out into making organic syrups and other bee product in addition to raw, unfiltered honey. Honey Gardens Apiaries' vision includes connecting people to the land by encouraging sustainability and stewardship. By supporting the work of the bees, you are supporting agriculture and helping to keep land from development.
    The roots of Honey Gardens Apiaries started in 1965 from a single beehive kept on the roof of a farmhouse. From there, Honey Gardens eventually expanded to include thousands of hives across Vermont and Massachusetts, then branched out into making organic syrups and other bee product in addition to raw, unfiltered honey. more >
  • Honey Gardens Apiaries' vision includes connecting people to the land by encouraging sustainability and stewardship. By supporting the work of the bees, you are supporting agriculture and helping to keep land from development.

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