Bees & Trees was started partly out of Founder Mike Everly’s attraction to the sustainable aspect of Manuka Honey in New Zealand. The company has followed a path of alignment with community based efforts to restore native forest, protect native bird species, and protect and enhance the New Zealand natural environment. We strive to be good corporate citizens in the communities within Taranaki, where our business is based. Below are some examples of our engagement in the community towards these ends.
The Taranaki Kiwi Trust is a beacon in New Zealand's ongoing fight to protect the beloved Kiwi bird, species integral to the country's natural heritage.Read More
In the rolling hills of New Zealand, where Manuka honey is produced by Bees & Trees Honey, a remarkable tradition continues to thrive.Read More
Regenerating native forest land is perfect land for producing Manuka Honey, especially during the early stages of this process.Read More
The Rotokare Scenic Reserve Trust is a community-driven conservation project situated in Taranaki,
Honeybee health is a critical issue - worldwide. We are so proud to be supporting Dr. Samuel “Sammy” Ramsey in his research work. Dr. Ramsey is conducting novel, cutting-edge research on issues affecting pollinator health including parasite spread, disease management, and habitat preservation.Read More
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