Honey Gardens has its roots in 1965, when brothers Todd and Tom began keeping bees on their parents' farm. They introduced raw, farm style honey to the Vermont and Boston markets, eventually working with up to 180 bee colonies. Since gifting 25 hives to help train local youth in beekeeping and pollination, Honey Gardens now bottles honey from other beekeepers throughout the spring and summer. Honey Gardens' vision is to connect 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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