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Our hives sit on family land located on Shelburne Point.  Over the years my grandfather had kept bees on the land with much success.  I always loved hearing stories about his Uncle Roger who at one point had well over a hundred hives across the Champlain Islands pollinating the apple orchards and foraging in the wetlands.  Roger was self taught and had an indoor observation hive with the bees entering into his house through a window.  In his later years he spent time in Florida keeping bees and collecting research for Cornell University.

Carrying on the legacy
These stories sparked my interest but I could not have made it this far without my wife, Caitlin, and her guidance, talent, and support; my beekeeping mother-in law (the Queen Bee) Kristen's tried and true experience starting and running her own local church's apiary out in Salt Lake City, UT and lending us key insights from her local market experiments with new jams, lotions, lip balms, soaps and other various bee products; or without Kristen's father Norman who has been keeping bees in Shelburne for decades. 

I have been so lucky to have been surrounded by so many overflowing wells of knowledge and support each step of the way and helped get my new found hobby off and running.  I look forward to growing my apiary and sharing our products with our great town and local community.
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I am a current member to the Apimondia International Federation of Beekeepers' Association, the American Beekeeping Federation, and our local Vermont Beekeepers Association.

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