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For nearly 50 years and two generations, our family has been harvesting and producing quality honey and honey products from our farm near High River, Alberta. Our honey is True Source Certified, meaning all our products are ethically and sustainably sourced. We are also inspected and licensed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, so you can be sure you are getting quality, unprocessed honey with every purchase. 

With a short season to produce and harvest this golden superfood combined with our unwavering commitment to quality, we will NEVER re-melt, re-process or cut corners. The honey that ends up in our jars is virtually straight from the hive, and we're going to keep it that way.

We've made it easy to find your favourite honey products online, year-round! With local delivery in Southern Alberta, it's never been more convenient to have local, quality, delicious honey in your home.

Enter the Shop


Simplified steps to golden goodness...

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Step 1: Bees go out into nature to gather nectar.

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Step 2: The bees bring it back to their hives.

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Step 3: The bees transform nectar into honey.

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Step 4: Our beekeepers harvest the honey from the frames.

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Step 5: Honey is packaged and frozen to keep the smooth texture you love!

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Step 6: You get to enjoy it on toast, in tea, coffee, baking and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

We are dedicated to supporting healthy hives, as honeybees interact with all other native pollinators - so we monitor them constantly for any changes or issues that may arise. While we can’t say for sure, the more honey they produce, the healthier they are!

What you see, is what you get! The flowers you see in July & August all make it into our honey. Main sources include canola, clover and alfalfa.

After extraction, our honey settles for a minimum of 24 hours in stainless steel tanks. This process minimizes wax and foam while retaining a high pollen count. 

When honey is frozen shortly after being harvested, it retains its creamy texture and avoids crystallization. Freezing doesn't affect the nutritional value or flavour, just the texture!

Short answer - no. To have truly organic honey, it must be produced far away from any agricultural activity. Which, is impossible being in the heart of the foothills with many thriving farming operations all around us. Since no one can control where bees go, it’s good to be mindful of honey brands claiming to be organic.

Yes we certainly do! Along with sweet wholesale pricing. Commercial sales inquiries or bulk retail purchases can be directed to Graham at or by phone at 403-336-3854.

It means all our honey is ethically and transparently sourced. Adulterated and illegally sourced honey remains a global issue. This certification means your honey is from real bees, and real beekeepers.

We offer weekly deliveries for our local area on the following days:

  • High River - Tuesdays
  • Okotoks - Thursday
  • South Calgary - Saturdays

Our delivery schedule is on a weekly basis.

Example: Orders placed on Tuesday July 2nd would be delivered to High River the following Tuesday July 9th.





Hendrik Greidanus

Land Owner Contact


Graham Strom

Commercial & International Sales


Rachelle Jackson

Administrative Coordinator & Farm Gate Sales


Local Farm Gate Sales

Tuesday & Thursday, 9AM - 12PM or by appointment.