We want everyone to have access to local honey from their neighbourhood so we started The Neighbourhood Honey Project™.

We're looking for urban and hobbyist beekeepers to join our cause.
Why? Because:

  • You produce amazing small batch honey that’s completely unprocessed
  • You take the best care of your bees
  • Having neighbourhood beehives encourage us all to stop using pesticides, herbicides and other poisons in our gardens
  • Neighbourhood honey hasn’t traveled huge distances from other places or countries
  • Neighbourhood honey builds connections with all your local community members

We thought the best way we can support all the the thousands of neighbourhood producers across the world is by providing a unified voice, so that all people, not just beekeepers, understand the difference between supermarket honey and the real, raw and delicious deal! We also want people to share their stories and connect with eachother.

Calling all Urban Beekeepers

Its free and easy to join our movement.  All we need is an email address and the name of your neighbourhood, suburb, school, street name or club where your hives are located and you’ll get an exclusive brand just for you. From there you can choose many options to support your personal mission including:

  • Printing unique, and legally designed labels that make your amazing honey look amazing too. Works great for gifts, to sell or just for fun
  • Getting a nice social media photo kit to impress your friends and colleagues on social media
  • Organise a little civil disobedience with our naughty neighbourhood honey stickers that discourage the sale and use of pesticides (where you stick ’em is up to you)
  • Secretly signal to others you’re a beekeeper with the Neighbourhood Honey letterbox badge
    (examples of labels, front and back) Civil Disobedience Stickers, Letterbox badge.
    (Don’t mind the weeds, no pesticides saves bees!) sign.

    Or are you ready for the next level? (10+ beehives)

  • Find food safe locations to bottle your honey and honey projectsand stay on the right side of your council and municipality laws
  • Collaborate with other neighbourhood beeks and start a local farmers market stall
  • Offer your honey to the specialty grocers in your area, they love uber-local products
  • Get a website to promote your honey
  • Get help with word of mouth marketing and digital marketing too
  • Use our branded gift pack material for gift giving seasons.

    (Tablecloth, farmers market stand image etc)

    Or are you a full time beekeeper ready for your own brand?
    Call us for a chat at any time. We’re global, so happy to talk to anyone, anywhere (so long as we’re not sleeping.

Bee Local, Buy (and Sell) Local.

If you have a beehive (or ten), you’re perfectly positioned to help people buy local. Consider selling your neighbourhood honey to the people right where you live.  we help you showcase the ultra-local nature from your beehive and educate all of our neighbourhoods about pollinator health at the same time.


Join Our Hive!

Just like a beehive, it takes everyone working together to make things happen.  We need your help to spread the beekeeping message in your neighbourhood, across town and to the whole world. It’s easy to join,

What does Signing Up Get You?

One of our project objectives is to simplify the hard bits of honey sales and promotion and takes away the pain involved in honey packing, promotion and distribution. We let you focus on taking care of your bees and educating friends and family. Here’s what’s in it for you.

  • You get to own a unique georgraphical territory that’s just yours
  • Info and help on both food security and beekeeping biosecurity practices to keep all our products super clean, safe and raw and our beehives healthy and strong
  • Help with branding, design and labeling under the The Neighbourhood Honey Project brand
  • Advice with the most efficient way to pack and print honey products
  • Support to help you offer your premium beehive bounty to your neighbourhood (including sales crib sheets for stores, cafes, bakeries and more)
  • A free mini-website to help promote your wares and let your neighbours buy online
    … and thats’ just for starters!Together we can build a whole  movement to help monitor bee health, produce only true honey and help save the bees. Ready to start? Reserve your location below
Any questions, please reach out to us on any of our social media channels below :
Hope to see you soon,
The Queen Bee
The Neighbourhood Honey Project.