A NOTE ABOUT OUR BEE POLLEN
Having collected Fresh Bee Pollen for the past 35 years, we for the first time have run out of Fresh Bee Pollen collected during the Harvest of 2019. Sorry!
Our bees have overwintered, should this still bee a politically correct term, well and are building up nicely; in fact, their population increase is ahead of schedule. We will delay trapping Fresh Bee Pollen until our bees early nutritional needs have been met, and at this time, we anticipate beeing able to start harvesting 2020 Fresh Bee Pollen mid-April.
Should you find no Fresh Bee Pollen in your freezer, you may consider upping your intake of our Totally Raw Honey, especially if you have a need to combat seasonal allergies.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
To Vets of 911, Bellows to our Passion of Bees, THANK YOU!
If You bee new to our site; WELCOME!
We have been marketing every imaginable, some unimaginable products originating within a colony of honey bees since the inception of Swarmbustin' Honey. In 2015, we beegan supplying local bees to those in need. Some 911Bees served to re-up the winter losses of other beekeepers; Others used our Bees to xpand their Apiary; Many "Nu-bees" embarking into the Art & Adventure of Beekeeping filled their boxes with 911Bees.
We started selling Nucs to strengthen the weakening gene pool of Honey Bees in our region. Swarmbustin’ Honey is not the only operation in our area providing Local Nucs, yet prior to the availability of Local Nucs, importing Tired Package Bees from the South was the norm. Bees with a less than fair chance of survival! Equipment requiring re-upping the following year! An Accepted Norm, if You will, in this Discard & Replace World of which we are Now a part of. OR NOT.
"We can't solve problems By using the same kind of thinking we used When we created them"
― Albert Einstein
Losing over 150 million acres of pollinator habitat in the United States in the last two decades to agri-business, land development, and the increasing wastelands of sterile lawns, has clearly had resultant effects upon our Honey Bee's Health.
Mark Winston’s Manifesto, a timely inspiration, argues for a new paradigm "that recognizes beekeepers as stewards of both managed and wild bees, promoters of healthy environments, managers of economically sustainable apiaries, and paragons of collaboration and cooperation. It's time for some audacious thinking about the future of beekeeping"
We’re adding forage by: Planting Trees which Bloom during our nectar dearths,
Propagating seedlings from these trees for our OutYards & local distribution
Reviving tracts of Lawns with managed Weeds, which Bees view as Nourishment!
"Our ability to reach Unity in Diversity
will bee the Beeauty and test of our Civilization"