Prairie Honey

Delight in the refreshing nature of American prairie honey. Hoping to make a new start in life, prairie homesteaders headed west to the land of rippling bluestem and spacious skies. Homesteaders valued honeybees as pollinators for their crops as well as providing honey for sweetening foods and beeswax for making candles to light their sod houses. Prairie Honey honors the vast expanses of grassland, which were so impressive that early settlers compared their endless undulations to the ocean and called their covered wagons "prairie schooners" as they navigated their rolling acres.