If you are looking for local honey, there are more options than ever before. This website helps you to find the type of honey you're seeking, in your own local area; whether raw or boiled, filtered or unfiltered, in the comb or extracted; as long as it is fresh and locally produced. You can find honey producers that produce local, organically, offer a sustainable agriculture or the type of honey you want.
Our listings come from a variety of sources: state agriculture departments, consumers writing in to recommend a apiary, and the farmer's themselves. We update and add listings every day. Since this website just went live , we're adding listings at a ferocious pace! Of course, we're always looking for more apiaries and beekeepers to add, so we welcome your recommendations! ! Customers can recommend a farm here and farmers can add (or update/correct) their own farm's listing by clicking here!
Our sister website, PickYourOwn.org has crop calendars for each local area to tell you what is available to pick throughout the year and really easy illustrated directions to show you how to make jam, jelly, salsa, pickles, spaghetti sauce, applesauce, apple butter and 150 other recipes with step by step step directions to can, freeze, dry or preserve the harvest.
It's quite simple! Start by clicking the "Start here" button (at the top of every page or on the left menu). You then select your local area (country, state/province) and then region/county or local metropolitan area. Just scroll down the page that appears, to see honey producers listed by county.
Items of special interest, such as organic, special events are highlighted in colors to make them stand out.
The search engine (see the button at the top of each page) can be helpful, too.
Note: we don't consider resellers who do not produce honey to be a local honey source, unless that reseller is the only venue by which a beekeeper sells his or her honey.
We're always looking for more apiaries and beekeepers to add. As long as they produce honey they produce, we welcome them. Listings are free!
Which form to use?
There is a "Start here" button (at the top of the left of every page). You then select your local area (country, state/province) and then region/county or local metropolitan area. Just scroll down the page that appears, to see tree farms, lots or events listed by county. The search engine can be helpful, too.
(Other countries are further down this page)
[ Alabama ] [ Alaska ] [ Arkansas ] [ Arizona ] [ California ] [ Colorado ] [ Connecticut ] [ Delaware ] [ Florida ] [ Georgia ] [ Hawaii ] [ Idaho ] [ Illinois ] [ Indiana ] [ Iowa ] [ Kansas ] [ Kentucky ] [ Louisiana ] [ Maine ] [ Maryland ] [ Massachusetts ] [ Michigan ] [ Minnesota ] [ Mississippi ] [ Missouri ] [Montana] [Nebraska] [ Nevada ] [ New Hampshire ] [ New Jersey ] [ New Mexico ] [ New York ] [ North Carolina ] [ North Dakota ] [ Ohio ] [ Oklahoma ] [ Oregon ] [ Pennsylvania ] [ Rhode Island ] [ South Carolina ] [ South Dakota ] [ Tennessee ] [ Texas ] [ Utah ] [ Vermont ] [ Virginia ] [ Washington state ] [Washington, DC ][ West Virginia ] [ Wisconsin ] [ Wyoming ]
[ Australia ] [ Canada ] [ Germany ] [Ireland] [Italy] [Japan] [Malta] [Nederland / Holland / the Netherlands] [ South Africa ] [ New Zealand ] [Philippines ] [Switzerland ] [ United Kingdom ] [ Adding a Farm outside of North America ] Looking for pick your own farms in other countries? Living in another country, such as France, Italy (Italia), Germany (Deutschland), Nederlands, or Sweden? Help me compile a list for your country - just write me!
Our listings come from a variety of sources: consumers writing in to recommend a farm, the farmer's themselves and state agriculture departments. We update and add listings every day. Of course, we're always looking for more to add, so we welcome your recommendations! Customers can recommend a farm here and farmers can add (or update/correct) their own farm's listing by clicking here! And journalists looking for information for a story about pick-your-own farms or home canning should see this media resources page for more information.
Want to start your own seedlings and save a fortune? See this page to learn how to save 95% off the cost of starting your own vegetable and flower plants.
Preppers will find this page of home food preservation for preppers useful!
I also post crop updates, trends, tips and commentary via Twitter . Just go to http://twitter.com/home and if you haven't got an account, sign up (they're free), then search for Blakepyo. I tend to send out only one or two per week, so it shouldn't be too much!
You can sign up for our RSS feed here!
[ All About Home Canning, Freezing and Making Jams, Pickles, Sauces, etc. ] [FAQs - Answers to common questions and problems] [Recommended books about home canning, jam making, drying and preserving!] [Free canning publications to download and print]
This page, http://www.pickyourown.org/resources4farmers.htm, has loads of information and links to resources that will be helpful to farmers.
For those who are considering starting a PYO farm, corn maze, pumpkin patch, Christmas tree farm or other agri-entertainment business, see this page: http://www.pickyourown.org/howtostartapyo.htm.
Beekeepers and Farmers - to add your Apiary or farm, see this page for directions: http://www.pickyourown.org/AME1.php?ADDT=ADD
Curious about the guy behind the website? See About me.
With very few exceptions, the banner ads are supplied by an outside company (their name appears in the banner "Ads by ..." I have NO advance control over what appears in these ads. It is completely controlled by the outside company. If you see an inappropriate or offensive ad - don't get mad at me; just email me and be sure to give me the name of the advertiser in the ad and their url. Then I can go back to the outside ad company and have them banned! For more information see: http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/AdSense/thread?tid=3587e2900f968389&hl=en and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AdSense