To promote sustainable honeybee stewardship through education, research, and best practices, while pursuing pure, distinguished honeybee products with excellence and care.
“We are as natural as Nature and Nature is it.
100% Pure, Real Ontario Honey.
Nothing more, Nothing less…”.
After many years of developing an interest and fascination with bees, Golden Goo officially began its story in 2014. Two more years of study, courses, research, and planning followed.
In January 2016, Golden Goo received its wings, and business began.
Our first Bee Yard was established in the spring of 2016, with two hives located in Coldwater, Ontario. New and eager participants in our programs have contributed to our gradual growth. This year (2023), we have approximately 170 hives, placed in 25 Bee Yards from Orillia in the east, to Glammis in the west, and south toward Lake Ontario. We currently provide several programs for those that would like to support the World of Bees and Native Pollinators.
We operate a Honeybee Placement Program, a Wildflower Pollinator Program and NEW in 2022, the Adopt-A-Hive Program. This latter program is quite unique, tailored to those who would like to participate at some level, but do not have the time, resources, space, or knowledge to host honeybees. The Adopt-A-Hive Program also includes some Sweet Rewards (honey) at the end of the harvest season. Of course, the Sweet Rewards depend on your adopted hives’ honey yields. Sweet indeed! This program not only rewards participants at some level, but their membership also supports other organizations researching, studying, and educating in the World of Bees and Native Pollinators.
Find out more if you think you would like to join a program.
We also contribute to local Food assistance programs through our “coins from the heart, for the heart”. We share a portion of every season’s honey collection with these community programs to support those in need.
The World of Bees and Native Pollinators is always changing. We try our best to remain current and informed through memberships in local, regional, and national bee organizations.
If you would like to know more about Golden Goo, honeybees, and their world, please reach out.
Happ-bee safe Day… 😊