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Looking for honey from local hives; raw honey with local pollen, Manuka honey, honey in combs or other types of honey in Northeastern Pennsylvania?  Scroll down this page and you will see the aall of thoses in Northeastern Pennsylvania, sorted by county. ALWAYS call before you go to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!

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Updates for February 2024

February 2024: The bees are just waking up in the northern hemisphere, so it will be a few months before 2024 honey is ready, but most apiaries have plenty from the last season in stock

Local Honey listings, by county

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Carbon County

  • Hedash Chiropractic - Honey (retail), Wildflower honey, Raw honeys, Strained honey, Beeswax candles, The hives are not treated with chemicals, The bees forage in areas not sprayed with chemicals, The bees are not given antibiotics, Honey from hives on the farm
    21 West Abbott Street, Lansford, PA 18232. Phone: (570) 645-2462. Alternate Phone: (610) 390-5355. Email: fourcs@ptd.net. Open: Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm; Call anytime. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. Payment: Cash, Check. (ADDED: May 17, 2021)

Lackawanna County

  • Beekeep's Daughter - Honey (retail), Raw honeys, Ultrafiltered honey, Buckwheat honey, Wildflower honey, Orange Blossom, Saw Palmetto honey, Brazilian Pepper Honey, comb honey
    60 Maffet St, Plains PA 18505. Phone: 570-208-4861. Open: They sell at many local stores, See their website for for hours and availability. Directions: Click here for a map and directions. They have hives in northeast Pennsylvania and southern NY, but also in Florida, which is where the Orange Blossom, Saw Palmetto honey  and Brazilian Pepper Honey. These varieties of honey are produced and harvested in the late Fall to late Spring/early Summer. Once the bees are done producing our Florida varieties, we then transport the bees back home, to Northeast Pennsylvania and Southern New York. Payment: Debit cards, Visa/MasterCard . (ADDED: June 08, 2023, Suggested by a visitor)

 

Luzerne County

  • Burgers Farm Market - Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, Honey (retail), Clover honey, Wildflower honey, Comb honey, Strained honey, restrooms, petting zoo, farm animals, school tours
    371 Saint Johns Road, Drums, PA 18222. Phone: (570)788-1773. Email: Leonard.Burger@yahoo.com. Open: July 10 to November 30; Monday to Sunday 9am to 9pm. Directions: take exit 256 off I80 to state route 93 south, go 500 yards make left east on to saint johns road continue 2 miles farm is on your left. Click here for a map and directions. The pumpkin patch is open Monday to Sunday 9am to dark; Hay rides Saturday and Sundays all day and weekdays by group appointment. We minimize use of pesticides and other chemicals. Payment: Cash, Check, WIC Vouchers, SFMNP Vouchers. Burgers Farm is fifth generation run est.1889. We continue to provide quality fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables for your enjoyment.

Monroe County

  • Bramble Ridge Honey Farm - local honey
    Brodheadsville, PA. Email: fjlicata@yahoo.com. Open: mostly online sales and in local stores, see their website. Bramble Ridge Honey Farm facebook page. Their apiaries are located in Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, in the middle of farm country and in Monroe and Pike Counties, Pennsylvania, in the Pocono Mountains. We currently run 150 hives in 8 locations. Each year, we expand a bit more due to the demand for high quality raw honey. With thousands of acres of fields and trees surrounding our hives, we are able to collect some wonderful varieties of honey. In Spring, we get Black Locust, Tulip Poplar, Blackberry and Raspberry blooms in addition to the multitude of other nectar sources. Summer can bring a large basswood harvest, and in the Fall our Japanese Knotweed, Golden Rod and Aster bloom is a big producer. Depending on many factors such as weather, timing, hive strength, etc, at times we can collect a honey that is a varietal of one plant, but in many cases, the honey is a mixture of many plant nectars Here at Bramble Ridge Honey Farm, we are dedicated to bringing you the best quality honey and products from the hives that we can. We take care to make sure all our products are fresh and natural. Our honeys are taken from hive to bottle with minimal processing to retain all the good things in honey. Our lotions use only the best natural oils and essential oils. Our Candles are 100% pure beeswax, which are clean burning and actually clean the air. Our soap is made the old fashioned way using cold process. Our hives are all kept in a natural way. We use NO PESTICIDES in our hives. That makes our jobs even harder, but to us, its worth it. We don't want any additional chemicals in our bodies and we are sure you don't want any in yours either. Our biggest customers are our family and friends, and we certainly would never produce honey that was anything but 100% natural and healthy. The same goes for our lotions, balms, and soap products.

Northampton County

  • Valley Fruits and Veggies - Minimizes chemical and pesticide use, Honey (retail), Honey from hives on the farm, U-pick and already picked, concessions / refreshment stand, porta-potties, picnic area, school tours, group reservations
    5309 Colony Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18017. Phone: (414) 212-1417. Email: chris@valleyfruitsandveggies.com. Open: Typical season is late May to late June; Visit our website for the most up - to - date information on how our berries are growing! When the berries are ripe, we are open 7 days a week: Monday to Friday, 9 am to 6 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm pm, Sunday, 9 am to 4 pm pm. Open: Click here for current open hours, days and dates. Honey updates: Click here for updates. Directions: Our farm is located on the corner of Colony Drive and Weaversville Road in Bethlehem (north of the airport approximately 3 miles). NOTE: Farm entrance is off of Colony Drive only - across from Bicentennial Park. Click here for a map and directions. Strawberries are typically ready during the last week of May From there, we have a 21 to 28 day season of awesome berries. We minimize use of pesticides and other chemicals. Payment: Cash, only. Click here for our Facebook page. While you pick, enjoy our homemade strawberry shortcake and strawberry milkshakes! Things to remember: - Cash only - Bring the family - We have picking boxes ready for you. (ADDED: April 14, 2019)

Pike County

Susquehanna County

Wayne County

Wyoming County