Visiting Elevated Honey in 2019

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I had the pleasure in visiting Katrina and Guoqing in June 2019 seeing first hand Elevated Honey’s operation in Yunnan, China as well as visiting spending a few days at one of the most remoted but most beautiful wide location where the farmer works with nature in raising api cerena bee.

To get to the remote bee farm, we need walks over 4 hours across the mountain and terrains but it was all worth it once we were there. Not only had I the chance in seeing different types of traditional and modern beekeeping hives, such as log hives and tree hives, I also see log hives raised high above ground onto two wires so to protect the bee hive from attack from local bears. Pretty amazing the way there were all to do it!

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