Enzo Creek Honey Sales
At Enzo Creek Nature Sanctuary, there are hundreds of apple trees which were planted over time spanning decades. As homesteads vanished and land parcels were split and divided, what was left behind is a potpourri of different apple varieties scattered about the property. Some have perished, while others have survived and given rise to offspring in a less orderly fashion than one might think of in a typical apple orchard. Over the years, the number of apples produced as forage for wildlife has dwindled, in part due to the change in climate, but also due to the battle between the varroa mite and the honey bee.
We decided to help the Italian honey bee (Apis mellifera) perpetuate by creating the best possible environment for them to survive and overcome the challenges they face from Varroa destructor. Aside from pollination of applies, there are acres upon acres of wildflowers in the spring which decorate the landscape at Enzo Creek from which the bees sip their nectar.
Raw honey is exactly what you would expect; it has not been processed with heat that many believe removes the wholesome goodness found in honey. No additives or other ingredients have been used. This honey is made in accordance with the Michigan Cottage Law food act. It has been lightly filtered only to improve clarity. This honey is made in a home kitchen that has not been inspected by the Michigan Department of Agriculture. Funds from the sale of honey is reinvested in habitat improvement for the rest of the wildlife species which are found at Enzo Creek.
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Warning: Do not feed honey to children under 1 year of age.