"Organic honey isn’t
impossible. It’s just beyond of the ability of most beekeepers.
Bee yards situated in isolated spots deep in the Adirondacks, or
mountain valleys in sparsely-populated New Mexico, can probably
pull off honey free of agrochemicals. Most beekeepers operate
within a bee’s flight of pesticides, however, making “organic”
honey an illusory proposition."
Read more here:
From April thru
September-October, we place hives in the southern region (within the Blue Line) of the
Adirondack Park, New York.
Our Wildflower and Adirondack Wildflower Honey is about as organic as you
can get from The United States, however, we do not call it “Organic” because
organic honey is a myth. Read more here.