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Made by the bees.
for all of us.

The Waterford Bee Company is dedicated to creating quality products to improve the lives of our customers and support the health and vitality of pollinators and their habitat.

bath & body

Made with beeswax to nourish and protect your skin


our bees do all the hard work; you enjoy the sweet taste of wisconsin.

sauces & Dips

Real ingredients made from tried and true family recipes


Featuring our favorite honey recipes and beekeeping the waterford bee co. way

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OUr first Product... HOney

The bees gave us our first products. Sweet wildflower honey and versatile beeswax. We make all-natural skincare products with beeswax in small batches. We offer raw honey, craft smooth creamed honey and blend honey into our jams and sauces. 

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Supporting pollinators

No Mow May is a campaign encouraging people to pause their lawn mowing and garden tidying activities for the entire month of May. By doing so, we allow our gardens to grow a little wilder, which creates a haven for pollinators emerging from their winter habitats in search of food and shelter. Join us in celebrating No Mow May by following our blog, commenting on social media and tag posts with #NOWMOWMAY 

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Get to Know Us

Like many great Wisconsin stories... ours starts in a bar in Waterford, Wisconsin, when three beekeepers struck up an unexpected conversation...

Just a few years later here we are keeping bees, harvesting honey, teaching new beekeepers and growing a small business. 

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Together, We Can Protect Wisconsin

The Waterford Bee Company is committed to the fight against the Spotted Lanternfly. By staying informed, vigilant, and proactive, we can protect our state's agricultural heritage and natural landscapes. Join us in this crucial effort to safeguard Wisconsin's crops and ecosystems.

For more information and resources, please visit our dedicated SLF information page.


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