Where we are and other stuff

2019 Honey is already SOLD OUT!! As a result we won’t be at the fall or Christmas markets this year.

Forage, Fresh air and Sunshine make for happy bees

Where are our apiaries?

Stewart Road, Pratt Rd, Highland Road, Gower Point Road, King Rd,  Oldershaw Rd, Neilson Road, Christmas Road, Pell Road and Tyson Road.  Then in late summer we move up the mountain into block cuts and into temporary yards.

Other than the Persephone location, all of our apiaries are on private property and not available to the public.

Places that carry our honey – Roberts Creek General Store, Ambrosia health food store (Roberts Creek), Black Berry Shop (Gibsons), WOW art cafe (Gibsons), Gibsons Public Market (at the cheese shop) – and now Gourmet Girl in Davis Bay.

Farmers Markets on the Sunshine Coast run from April to October

Sechelt Farmers Market    Sechelt Market link

Gibsons Public Market      Gibsons Public Market link

Roberts Creek Community Market    Roberts Creek Community Hall / every Wednesday from 1:30 to 5:30 year round!    Please visit and explore more of the incredible edibles being produced on the Sunshine Coast. Here are just a few of our favourite spots

 Persephone Beer – an award winning craft brewery with great community connections, gardens, chickens and not surprisingly … we have a small apiary at Persephone which is just right for small workshops and demonstrations on beekeeping! Click the link to take a look at Persephone Beer, or better yet take a swing by the tap room!    www.persephonebrewing.com

Clarke and Wilson Creek Farm farm gates – Down Tyson Road you will find paradise; two working farms, and two farm gate stands offering you organic heritage apples, organic free run eggs, and organic assorted vegetables. Wilson Creek Farm is on Facebook. Our bees love it there and you will too!

Gibsons Public Market –  Newly renovated and enlarged, located adjacent to the Gibsons Marina.  Fantastic location with a bistro, marine education centre, and marketplace.

This year we moved bees up into the Angus Burnett and Dakota Ridge. Lack of rain in the spring (despite better summer rains) made for pretty dry ground conditions. We came down with nothing other than fed bees.
Speaking with beekeepers on the Island and other locations – it was the same story ~ unable to come out with FW honey this year.