​​​​​​​​​ FAQ​​ 

IS THERE A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF SPACE NEEDED TO PLACE BEE HIVES OR TO CREATE A SMALL APIARY ( A GROUP OF BEEHIVES WITHIN A GARDEN) ?

You do not need a large amount of space for bee hives as long as they have their resources to thrive you can place a hive just about any where. 
The hive simply needs the space to place the equipment , and enough room for you to work around the hive. This applies to multiple hives in an apiary as well.

HOW MANY HIVES SHOULD  I OR MY ORGANIZATION START WITH? 


Its based on your comfortability level. We suggest if your a school and/or corporation at least two hives. if you are a farm and/ or restaurant at least one hive. this will help ensure honey bees success each year 


DO WE NEED TO HAVE A GARDEN ON SITE IN ORDER TO HOUSE HONEY BEE HIVE?


Honey Bees can travel 3 TO 8 MILES TO forage! If you are interested in Honey Bee Goode creating what we call our pollinators paradise ( SMALL LEARNING GARDEN)  then we can talk into further detail, it is not necessary for an organization to have a garden, but it does help to create agricultural sustainability within the area. (We want all of our pollinators including birds, bats ,butterflies, ladybugs, bumblebees, carpenter bees, beetles, to thrive from wherever your honey bee hive is placed. We should all want to continue to feed Mother Earth, and nurture and save her always.)
 

 
WHAT KIND OF IMPACT WILL AN APIARY MAKE ON THE ENVIRONMENT?

With each hive purchased over 50,000 bees will be added to your company’s property! This addition of healthy bees will increase pollination in the area and will help rebuild a healthy ecosystem. 


 

WHAT AREA DO YOU SERVICE?

Currently we work with partners across the metro Atlanta area. we are local Atlanta residents and want to BEE AN IMPACT to the surrounding communities. 
       
 

 WHAT IF THE COMPANY HAS A QUESTION ABOUT THEIR BEES OR WOULD LIKE TO CONTACT HONEY BEE GOODE  TO SET UP A DAY FOR EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT?

We are available for contact at anytime for questions, and we can also discuss or schedule tour dates of your apiary. Please feel free to send a note through this page, and we will bee happy to assist with any questions.

WHAT ABOUT SAFETY?

Unlike wasps and yellow jackets, which are carnivores, honey bees are vegetarian, and  usually only sting as a last resort because they die in the process. We always recommend  positioning hives with entrance facing away from frequently used areas and/or walkways. While the bees are out foraging, they are quite docile insects. If you would like to know more information or help with setup send us a message above and we w





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A beehive is a commitment not only to your garden and the environment but also to the hive itself.  A healthy hive will have approximately 30,000 - 90,000 happy residents!


Who Can Benefit from  Honey Bee Hives

​​Study estimates one-third of the human diet can be traced directly, or indirectly, to honey bee pollination. About 130 agricultural plants in the United States are pollinated by bees, and the annual value of honey bee pollination to U.S. agriculture is estimated at over $9 billion. Honeybees have outstanding pollination abilities.

Who Can Benefit From a Honey Bee Hive?

Schools ( K-12) , College/Universities 
Urban farmers, Veteran farmers, Orchard Farmers
Local Organizations ( Boys N Girls Club, YMCA, Professional Sports Organization, Recreation facilities)
Gardeners and local homeowners 
Local Restaurants
 

Hotels ( Rooftop or around yard area of Hotel) 



Honey Bee Goode Apiaries is here to advise about honey bees and the natural way of beekeeping. We are here to educate about the importance of honey bees , and what honey bees can bring to your area. We only take a few new clientele a year. If you are interested in expanding your knowledge and curiosity, and want to take a buzzz at saving the world by beekeeping. Please fill out the form below, and we can see if we can bee of assistance to you. 

HONEY BEE GOODE 

Kale
Squash
Almond
Sunflowers
Cucumber
​Cilantro

Sage
Thyme 
Rosemary
Lemon
Blueberries
Blackberrie
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We always recommend planting a small pollinator friendly garden at your home, in your neighborhood,at your school, rooftop, highways. This will help our pollinators thrive. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR HAVE QUESTIONS WITH CREATING A GARDEN FOR POLLINATORS PLEASE FILL OUT CONTACT FORM LOCATED ON CONTACT PAGE. 


 

Apple
Collard Greens

Raspberries

Kidney Beans 

Black-eyes peas