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Hive hosting allows non-beekeepers the opportunity to see what’s involved with the keeping of bees and perhaps give back to nature by making room for pollinators on their properties. For some, it may even be a first step to becoming a beekeeper. Listed here are some people within the Capital Region (and beyond) that have shown interest in hosting hives on their property:

    • Grace, 250-743-4769, Mill Bay
    • Tony & Cindy, 250-418-1265, Sooke
    • John B, 778-977-4372, Sooke
    • Sonja, 250-384-9243, Prospect Lake
    • John & Dagmar, 250-588-0341, Prospect Lake
    • Bev, 778-977-5854, Blenkinsop Valley
    • Jim & Catherine, 778-426-4477, Central Saanich
    • Kim F, 604-833-8644, Saanich
    • Julia, 250-744-3000, West Saanich
    • Jill P, 250-589-8358, Metchosin
    • Stephen C, 250-595-9922, Cadboro Bay
    • Bev S, 250-744-3333, Highlands
    • Rachelle & Emily, Langford
    • Natalie H, 250-508-0561, Oak Bay
    • Hildegard, 250-655-5049, North Saanich
    • Jennifer & Rémi, 250-727-0179, Royal Oak
    • Jim, 250-383-9959, Sayward Rd
    • Victoria, 250-414-7625, View Royal
    • Bob, Royal Bay/Colwood
    • Martha, 778-350-7354 Elk Lake area
    • Trevor & Michele, South Saanich
    • Denis C, 250-813-1960 Rockland or Prospect Lake area
    • Ruby Red Farms, 250-655-3368 North Saanich
    • Earl H, 250-472-1567 Blenkinsop
    • Melinda M, 250-516-7749 South Oak Bay
    • Steve N, 250-880-0728 Royal Bay
    • Patty B, 250-886-7754 Fairfield
    • Tobias T, Burnside Gorge area
    • Katja B, 250-477-7546, Swan Lake area
    • Teri K, Gordon Head area
    • Rachel G / Westwind Sanctuary, 250-818-7673, Langford
    • Cindy H, 778-433-5855, Mt Douglas Park area

If you want your details removed, please contact us. Do the same if you want your information added to the above list. Please include your name, email address, phone number and area of residence, as well as a contact preference (phone, email or both).

Please note: Being on this list does not guarantee any form of hosting. It merely provides a landing page where beekeepers can scout for possible apiary locations in their area in the event they may need to split their colony locations (or otherwise).