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Have questions? Chances are, others do too! Check out the FAQ about our new Top Bar Hives. Read More
Love bees, but not ready for the commitment of beekeeping? That’s ok! There are many reasons why people (even pollinator-enthusiasts) may not be able to keep bees themselves: space, money, or being seriously allergic are all inhibiting factors for some folks. Read More
To feed or not to feed? Arguably one of the toughest questions to answer as a beekeeper, but fear not! We’re ready to share a wealth of information that should help you navigate this tricky topic.
After years of searching for a sustainable source of pine, we've found material that's not only suitable for the bees, but is responsible to the environment, handsome, and available at a great value. As always, we are committed to bringing you the highest quality products while staying true to our core values of using sustainable, local materials.
We are excited to announce that we will now offer our Langstroth hives using sustainable Sugar Pine sourced fromFSC Chain of Custody suppliers in the Pacific Northwest. Here’s why we are thrilled to be offering Bee Thinking pine: