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Saving the honeybee one beekeeper at a time! Saving the honeybee one beekeeper at a time! Saving the honeybee one beekeeper at a time! The graduating class in front of the Bee Barn

Spikenard Farm Honeybee Sanctuary

Org #15008
Vetted since 2013
2006
year founded
$12,682
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to promote sustainable and biodynamic beekeeping through education, research and a honeybee sanctuary, where people can experience a beautiful landscape in which honeybees and other pollinators can live, heal and thrive. For us the honeybees are much more than pollinators or honey producers. They are part of the complex living organism of the earth and integral to our development as human beings. Our vision is to inspire in young and old not only interest, joy and love, but also a new understanding and awareness for the importance of this magnificent, love-imbued, but ver... read more

Project Leaders
Spikenard Farm
Spikenard Farm
Alex Tuchman
Alex Tuchman
Team
Vivian Struve-Hauk, Gunther Hauk, Alex Tuchman
Organization Information
445 Floyd Hwy North
Floyd, VA 24091
United States
540-745-2153
Organization Information
445 Floyd Hwy North
Floyd, VA 24091
United States
540-745-2153

Project Reports

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Jun 29, 2020
Staying Nimble and Resilient During Changing Times
It has been an interesting past few months for us since we last checked in and we wanted to bring everyone up to speed on how we are working within this new paradigm.   The season of...
Jan 31, 2020
The Start of A New Decade
  Dear Friends, Another wonderful year of growth! The highlights of our expansion include the purchase of more land (we now have 40.520 acres), and the hiring of two staff members on...
Nov 5, 2019
The honeybees--way more than just honey producers!
For honeybees across the USA and the world, the Fall can be traumatic.  The conventional practice is to "rob" the honey stores from the hive--more than the bees would be able to surivie...
 
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