Did you know?
Only 8 surviving species of honeybees are now recognized.


More than spoonfuls of honey

What started as a childhood appreciation for bees and their sweet, runny by-product, grew into a passion for healthier, cleaner living, pollinator conservation, and education.

Beekeeping isn’t just a hobby-turned-business. It’s something I felt called to do in order to help protect future generations of bees, and our own species as humans on this planet.

When you become aware that the current state of pollinator health all stems from how we’ve been treating our earth, it weighs heavy. Taking direct action by keeping honeybees and creating pollinator gardens so wild bees could also thrive felt like the next, natural step.

As my own children looked on and began to understand how they could make a positive impact on the world around them, an idea came to me: What if we could empower young children to make small but mighty changes by learning to care for and protect their surroundings?

And so our Bee Camps and community outreach programs bloomed!

Sharing my love for bees and inspiring children to nurture - not only the world around them, but their own dreams, too - is what it’s all about!

As you enjoy our products and discover the remarkable wellness benefits that lie within the hive for yourself, we hope you’ll help communicate the honeybee’s important message.

No matter how small you may feel, you can make a big difference in the world.

Bee Well!
Jillian, Founder & Keeper

Did you know?
An average worker bee makes only about 1/12 teaspoon of honey in its lifetime.

Did you know?
Planting native flowers is one of the easiest ways to support pollinators in your area!

bee-lieve in a better world


At Bee Camp, junior beekeepers have the unique opportunity to learn all about honeybees by suiting up and joining us for hands-on beehouse explorations. They'll marvel at how these incredible creatures work together within their colonies to nurture our planet with the gift of pollination. Campers will also delve into the world of native bees like bumble bees, mason bees, and leafcutter bees while learning valuable conservation tips they could use to help protect them in their own backyards!

This is a summer camp like no other – join us for an opportunity to explore the wonderful world of bees and learn why they are so important to our planet. We look forward to teaching the next generation of bee stewards how they can help to protect and conserve our earth's powerful pollinators!

Featured Camp Topics Include:
-Who’s who, life in the honeybee hive
-Jobs of the worker bees and how they communicate
-The relationship between bees and the foods we eat
-PNW pollinators and the plants that sustain them
-Pollinator preservation & what families can do at home to be good stewards of bees

Hands-On Camp Activities Include:
-Beehouse exploration in bee suits
-Interactive games
-Bee explorations & pollinator hunts
-Honey Tasting
-Garden exploration
-Make a solitary bee habitat to take home
-Bee & Pollinator Art!

All 3-Day Camps Run Mon-Wed 9am-3pm

2023 Bee Camp Dates:

July 10-12th / 1-3 Grades

July 24-26th / 4-6 Grades

July 31 - Aug 2nd / 1-3 Grades

Aug 7-9th / 4-6 Grades


beyond the hive

Our commitment to sustainability as a skincare brand is rooted in spreading awareness - through our all-natural, handmade honeybee products, but also through the work we do when we’re not making your favorite body butters and face masks!

Every Keeper’s Collective purchase helps with the continued care and protection of our very own honeybee apiary and wild bees. A portion of profits from each sale goes towards the upkeep of our colonies, hive maintenance, the expansion of our pollinator gardens, and continued community outreach to spread the word about the essential role of all pollinators.

As you enjoy our products and discover the remarkable wellness benefits that lie within the hive for yourself, we hope you’ll help communicate the honeybee’s important message.

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Your questions & curiosities - answered!

Did you know?
Honeybees can fly between 15—20 miles per hour

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