When I moved from California to New York in 2010, I began researching the art of herbalism and a holistic approach to life as a beekeeper.

My focus blends between natural methods and biodynamic influences, allowing the honeybee to live in as close to nature as possible.  Recently, I have been diving deeper.  I am intrigued by ancient cultures and the mythical aspect that surrounds the honeybee, as well as the connection between the hive and feminine energy. 

While I am transitioning and learning through a more shamanic way with the bee, I will be restructuring my services by offering ways to connect deeper with bees and nature around us. 

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Little Bee apiary will continue to provide any surplus honey for the restaurant Midwinter Kitchen in NYC, and offer bee-centered services to those that wish to have colonies of their own.   Our goal together will be in trying to preserve the health of the Honeybee and strengthen our husbandry to them.  They provide for us as we provide for them. 

My body care line will use any surplus beeswax making candles, body creams, lip balms and also include a healing propolis tincture.  Honey will be offered when the bees are able to share.   Workshops will be determined so stay tuned. 
 

Be sure to follow Midwinter Farms @midwinterfarms & @midwinterkitchen, too! 

http://midwinterkitchen.com/