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Show Moms & Bees Some Love on Mother’s Day!

  Benefit For Bees Healthy Bees = Healthy Gardens is hosting a benefit for bees on May 14 at Whirled Pies in Eugene at 199 W 8th. Join us from 2pm to 5pm for a great family event with silent auction items and Coconut Bliss ice cream! There will be prayer flag making, a coloring table, […]

Learn How to Create Healthy Spaces for Honey Bees

Jen Hornaday of Healthy Bees=Healthy Gardens will be speaking at the Elmira Grange on Saturday November 21. The presentation will feature how to create healthy spaces for honey bees & how to invite pollinators into your yards to help increase your fruit, flower, & vegetable production! Jen will be speaking from 11am-12pm and there will be honey tasting […]

Visit Healthy Bees = Healthy Gardens at the Holiday Market!

Visit Healthy Bees = Healthy Gardens at the Holiday Market on Sundays this holiday season at the fairgrounds! We will be there every Sunday from November 22 to December 20 from 11am to 5pm. Please come visit us & taste our award winning healthy honey from Eugene’s Pesticide- Free neighborhoods. You can support our program by buying […]

Apply to Host-a-Hive!

  Healthy Bees = Healthy Gardens is a successful local business that is growing and looking for help.  We are now accepting applications for our 2015 volunteer programs, Host-a-Hive and Mentorship programs.   Host-a-Hive is an opportunity to connect with your neighbors in order to create a pesticide-free block win Eugene; a hive can be placed on […]

Healthy Bees = Healthy Gardens in the Register-Guard!

Check out this great video and article from the Register-Guard about the volunteer work we are doing in schools: Full Article With Video A portion of the proceeds from the upcoming Benefit for Bees as well as from your generous donations go to continuing our ability to volunteer in community schools.

Welcome To Our Website!

Bees pollinate a significant majority of the world’s food. In North America alone, honey bees pollinate nearly 95 kinds of fruits, including almonds, avocados, cranberries and apples. In fact, we can thank honey bees for one in three bites of food we eat. We all rely on bees – and the pollination services they provide […]