About Ben’s Bees
Find out more about Australia’s most famous beekeeper! Meet Ben’s Bees owner, Ben Moore.
The Ben’s Bees Story
Ben Moore is an apiarist, environmentalist, father, food-lover and owner of Ben’s Bees.
Being exposed to nature and farming from an early age, and with three decades of experience behind him, Ben started Ben’s Bees in 2008.
Since then, his company has expanded to include:
* Honey production
* The safe rehoming of bee colonies
* Wasp nest removal
* International mentoring
* Media, and;
Through these activities, Ben has built a passionate and loyal community of beekeepers from Australia and across the globe.
With a focus on ethical and natural beekeeping practices, Ben is committed to educating the community about bees and their vital connection to the environment and our everyday lives.
A Love Letter From Ben
Dear Bee Lover,
I’m writing you this love letter to thank you for visiting and supporting Ben’s Bees.
For over a decade, I’ve been building and growing the Ben’s Bees company based on a deep love and respect for apiculture, the environment and the Australian community.
As I’m sure you’re aware, running a small business can be a risky enterprise – not many business owners make it past that all-important first year. But I’m always amazed and humbled by the support that people, like yourself, show up with.
With every jar of honey, every block of wax, beehive, tool or service purchased from Ben’s Bees, I’m able to support my young family, maintain my passion, help preserve the bee population, and educate my local community. This brings a profound sense of worth to my job, and my life, and encourages me to keep making the world a better place.
It’s a simple decision – a choice – for individuals to make, to support local enterprises. But for business owners like myself, it means the absolute world.
Thank you for continuing to help bees, the environment and my family through your ethical and heartfelt choices. The more hectic our lives become, the more important it is to make those humble decisions, such as where to shop, who to listen to, and what to eat.
It seems to me that such choices are an active way of expressing gratitude and committing to good living. I see how my connection to my clients and community is a two-way street, where we appreciate and support one another.
This isn’t an airy-fairy idea, it’s very real: in fact, feeling emotions such as gratitude, love and caring generates waves that radiate to every cell in our body. Whereas depleting emotions like frustration, anger and anxiety increase blood pressure, weaken the immune system and impair cognitive function. Crazy! It’s an aside perhaps, but it seems to explain why the positive feelings I get from the bee community make me feel so damn good!
Let’s keep helping each other do good work in the world, be that for bees, our families and friends, the environment or the local community. If you would like to encourage more people to follow my work with Ben’s Bees, please leave a review on Google. Your kind words help connect others to my services, so I can continue to spread my love of local produce, healthy living, ethical thinking and, of course, bees!
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