East Coast Apiaries & Eco Tours's employees are highly-trained, experienced and dedicated to the care of both our honeybees and our beehives to ensure we produce only the highest quality honey available in the Mid-Atlantic states.
Each employee is carefully selected and trained to ensure they have a very high regard for nature and the roles we play as humans in caring for the environment, which in turn cares for us all.
Our training methods and daily operations are very caring, sensitive, and keeps at the forefront the needs of our employees as they work to serve customers and the quality of product expected by our many loyal customers and vending partners.
Chief Apiarist / Operations & Tour Manager
Tenure with East Coast Apiaries & Experience:
"Honeybees are a joy to work with every day. Each hive has its own distinct personality, habits and traits.
"At East Coast Apiaries, we pride ourselves in providing the very best of care for our honeybees, using only all-natural beekeeping methods to achieve our goal of producing the best honey available—'Always Local, Always 100% Pure & Produced in America!'"
Apiarist Apprentice 1
Tenure With East Coast Apiaries & Experience:
"I love my job in that I work outside in nature and work closely with honeybees. The combination of exposure to nature and the miracle of working with honeybees as they produce delicious honey is a wonderful daily experience.
"I could not think of a better way to make a living than what I am doing now."
East Coast Apiaries & Eco Tours
623 N. Third St.
Richmond, VA 23219
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As a very delicious food, honey is the perfect choice for many who
are interested in maintaining better health from a very natural source.
From your own GOOGLE search (Health Benefits of Honey) preview the following info outlining the many benefits of raw, unfiltered honey produced from local sources:
Again, don't just take our word, do your own research to learn about the many benefits of the most natural and beneficial food on planet earth.
In fact, honey has been used by humans for many thousands of years dating all the way back to Ancient African Egyptian Pharoahs and craftsmen and long before then.