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In The Heart of the Hive: Bee Stewardship & Hyper Local Honey Tasting

July 13 @ 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

$44 – $66

Join us for a fun day of Bee Stewardship and nature connection on the farm, as we explore the vital role of honeybee pollinators within our food systems and local plant life. This interactive workshop offers an up-close experience into the fascinating realm of bee hives and regenerative beekeeping, along with informative and inspiring ways for you to engage as a steward for pollinator health. Premium organic honey tasting across various hyperlocal varietals and terroirs included.

This workshop is intended for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.


As the founding Bee Steward of REBEL44, AJ Gardner serves as a conduit and voice for the regenerative stewardship of honeybees and pollinators throughout the Snoqualmie Valley region. Our unique, evidenced approach to stewardship has increased the vitality and environmental resilience of honeybees, empowering them to thrive as interactive superorganisms within our food system and broader ecosystems. We sustainably harvest a radiant spectrum of premium raw, organic honeys via targeted nectar flows throughout the spring and summer seasons and are honored to share these sacred gifts and nature intelligence with our valued local community and beyond.


We strive to create accessible learning and connection opportunities for our whole community.

Community Supported Price: $44 (Rebel44 would like to offer this price to kids 9 and under)

Standard Price: $55

Community Supporter Price: $66 (Helps provide reduced-price tickets and contributes to the overall success of our workshop program)

All workshop participants are required to register.


Oxbow is open rain or shine, except in cases of extreme weather (lightning, high winds, wildfire smoke, or flooding conditions that make it unsafe for visitors).

We are currently in fire season and may have increased levels of smoke. If the smoke reaches a point of being unsafe for staff and visitors we will close our site. All closures will be posted on our website and social media, please check daily for updates during severe weather.

*Note to registrants: If we cancel an event you will be notified via email when the decision to close is made.


Oxbow offers accessible parking and restroom facilities. For more details about our amenities or if you have specific accessibility concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Nicole at nicole@oxbow.org. We’re here to assist you!

What to wear and bring

The terrain around Oxbow is uneven; we recommend wearing sturdy shoes or boots. Dress for the weather and be prepared to walk and explore! For food, beverage, and Farm Stand purchases, we accept all major credit cards, cash and Apple Pay.

Come camera-ready for all the opportunities to document your memories at Oxbow and use the gorgeous backdrop scenery of an organic farm in the Snoqualmie Valley.

Health & Safety information

Smoking, vaping, and alcohol are prohibited.
With the exception of service animals, dogs are not permitted anywhere on Oxbow grounds, including in the parking area. Please leave your furry friends at home!
Observe all posted signage indicating which areas are for visitors. If you come across an unmarked area, please, do not enter.
Do not enter tunnels or harvest anywhere unless invited to by Oxbow staff.
Be mindful that we have Honey Buckets for visitor bathroom use. We will have hand washing stations and hand sanitizer available.
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July 13
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
$44 – $66
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Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center
10819 Carnation-Duvall Rd NE
Carnation, WA 98014 United States
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