Bright sunshine, a beautiful backdrop, and a yard full of hives. Photo: Jeff Lee
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By Jeff on February 15, 2015 in
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Honey Bee Zen Apiaries, in Metro Vancouver, is known for its sustainable beekeeping and a growing list of terroir-based niche honeys. We specialize in the careful production of honey from the fruit fields we pollinate in the rich Fraser Valley agricultural belt, including blueberry, raspberry, blackberry and strawberry. Our amber and dark honeys have won awards, and you can almost taste the sunshine that our bees have harnessed to produce such flavourful sweetness. We are committed to working with farmers who respect the land they use and the bees we provide, and we seek out strong and beneficial relationships. We are interested in the science and breeding of bees, the production of honey and hive products, and the challenges bees and their keepers around the world face.
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