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REGENERATIVE FARMING

What Lives Beneath Us

Pesticide free garden, food forest and 7 acres of pasture for our bees, chickens and other animals... including us

Alberta honey. ethically raised honeybees
Alberta honey. ethically raised honeybees
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Home Deliveries

Raw honey and fresh farm products to your door

GROW WITH US

Honey Bee Education

From 1 hour tours to full season hive support. We are your mentors in action.

NEW ARRIVALS

Check out all the new products here.

Submit a request for future blends! Lemon and bourbon are the newest requests that we’ve fulfilled.

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At Lazy Lilac Acres

prepping to enter a hive

MOB Honey And

Lazy Lilac Acres

Established in 2018, MOB Honey began with sustainable practices in beekeeping. The relationship between bees and nature was the seed needed to cultivate the Lazy Lilac Acre homestead in 2022.

7.25 acres of agriculturally productive ecosystems including pasture, food forest and biodynamic gardens are the beginning of a closed circle method to rebuild the soil.

To have delicious honey and healthy plants, living soil is our first priority.

Amber Yano dreams big, turning her beekeeping hobby into a full-blown business. The weight that kept her down and the women who pulled her up.

In the Beginning - I have an allergy to bees?

Amber Yano dreams big, turning her beekeeping hobby into a full-blown business. The weight that kept her down and the women who pulled her up. This segment discusses bee stings and an allergy that won’t stop her from achieving her goals.
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Nourishing Nature with Nectar

Nourishing Nature with Nectar

 

Flower Power - Digging into honey bee nutrition and what plants offer the highest value?

Clearly the most favourable foraging situation for a honey bee is to mow on a diverse landscape with floral abundance. 

The list below state pollen-rich species that are both high in protein concentration and mass.

  • Common Hawthorn
  • Ground Ivy
  • White Nettle
  • Clover
  • Balsam
  • Blackberry
  • Sycamore
  • Thistle
  • Legumes 

We should all celebrate biodiversity as it is central to the sustainable functioning of ecosystems. If the environment thrives then bees are healthy too. 

Plant a front yard meadow and backyard garden instead of grass.

Non-native and native plants help benefit honey bee immunity. Studies suggest wildflowers are preferential over crops - our female generalist foragers love complex landscapes and get more nutrients from wildflowers than crop flowers. 

A diet rich in macronutrients (protein, carbohydrate, lipid, etc) and micronutrients (amino acids, vitamin, minerals, etc) help foragers remember where they are going, what to look for, how to get home and how to kick ass inside and outside the hive. 

 

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