one hive honey

because it's the backyard beekeepers boosting our ecosystem. 



This video is not part of the One Hive Honey project. However, while you are here I thought you would enjoy this short film discussing the value of high quality honey and the importance of maintaining our relationship with the honeybee.

Why are bees so important?

Bees pollinate a third of everything we eat and play a vital role in sustaining the planet’s ecosystems.

Around 84% of crops grown for human consumption need bees and other insects to pollinate them to increase their yields and quality.

Without them, we've got about 4 years left. 


Initially One Hive Honey aimed to harvest a small amount to pay for the equipment through local market sales.

However, no seasons harvest has ever made it to market. After stocking up all of the cupboards of the owners relatives, family friends, colleagues and a few other ad hoc requests there is rarely a drop left. 

But at the end of the day being able to provide access to fresh, raw honey with all of it's incredible properties is reward enough.