Spikenard Farm was born out of an awareness and response to the honeybee crisis, promoting sustainable beekeeping through education, research and a honeybee sanctuary.
What is a Honeybee Sanctuary?
A sanctuary is a place that wholly supports the health and positive transformation of the being for whom the sanctuary is created. Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary was founded in 2006 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to support the honeybees through the current crisis, but it also serves the needs of nature-deprived humans as well. These two crises are as inseparable as bees and flowers, and we cannot correctly address the honeybee crisis without also addressing the needs of their caretakers.
Humans have a relationship with the honeybee that is as old as the honeybee—this domesticated animal is in dire need of humans who can understand her needs and can support her with appropriate beekeeping and land-management practices. In creating a landscape where the honeybee can thrive, filled with the fragrance and beauty of abundant flowers, we’ve also been able to synergize aesthetic, sustainable, and biodynamic land management practices which nourish the spirit of all who visit us.
Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary is a place of healing, beauty, reflection, learning and inspiration. Visit us for a Workshop, an Event, our Open Days, or to volunteer. We welcome you to join us in this journey towards saving the honeybee.
All donations are fully tax-deductible and enable us to carry on this work for the bees, for the paradigm shift that alone secures a better future.
We are are open for visitors every Friday from April 26th through the end of October. Open hours are 11:00am - 6:00pm.