About Honey River Farm

Honey River Farm is a honey and bee farm in White Stone, Virginia.  Our farm produces local pure honey, comb honey, and flavor infused honeys.  Our infused honey flavors include lavender lemon, hot pepper, vanilla, elderberry, cinnamon, basil, lemon, ginger, orange and lime honey. 

Our honey is available for wholesale purchase to sell in your retail location.  Our honey is available seasonally at retail locations in White Stone, Urbanna, and Warsaw, as well as on our website honey-river.com. 

Honey River Farm Honey packaging is sleek and stylish making our honey a beautiful gift and pretty enough to sit on your kitchen counter.

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U.S. Navy Veteran Ventures into Farmwork

Farm Bureau News

"My time in the Navy took me to many foreign countrires. I enjoyed tasting cuisine from different places, which inspired by love of exploring new foods, cooking techniques, and agriculture."

Reflecting on life as a Navy service member and farmer, Clements said both are communities with a special kinship and identity. Not in line with typical, mainstream jobs, 'both have very rewarding aspects and extreme challenges.

Like people in the military, farmers enjoy spending time together and sharing with each other." he said. "Discussing production ideas, sharing stories with a brotherhood that understands what's important. It's teamwork."

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A Big Dream for Making Small-Batch Honey in the Northern Neck Woods

The Local Scoop

“Honey is a trending food,” Knudson said. “It’s something people are interested in, partly for the health factors and partly for the taste.”

Knudson got to know honey bees in 1984 at Virginia Tech. The class was an introduction to bees and beekeeping. She was hooked and kept bees as a hobby over the years.

While Knudson’s honey bees have a two-mile foraging radius, her own orbit has extended much further. It’s taken her around Virginia. She spent the first decade of the 21st century raising her children—and livestock—and working as a Virginia Tech Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent in southeast Virginia. 

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  • Leader, a Colonial Farm Credit Publication

    "Honey River Farm is conveniently located next to woods and farm fields, allowing the bees to pollinate local crops. They are beginning to plant trees, such as basswood, sourwood and locust, for foliage that will produce different varieties of honey.

    Cyndi and Brian have worked hard to create a brand around Honey River and they have recently received their official trademark. From branded t-shirts with catchy phrases to custom etched travel coffee mugs, their honey has already made a name for itself. Each jar contains small batch honey, which is pulled every two weeks to ensure optimal favor and freshness.

    Cyndi and Brian take their small batch honey a step further with etched glass jars and sealable wooden lids in the shape of a hexagon that has the type of honey burned into the wooden top. "

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  • Farmer Veteran Coalition

    Honey River Farm consists of 13 acres on the Rappahannock River and produces pure honey, comb honey, and flavor infused honeys.

    Beekeeping is important to Brian – not only because of producing delicious honey that meshes into his community food network, but also because of his work developing pollinator forage plots for their honeybees and all pollinators to insure a viable pollinator population for area food crops.

    They additionally believe in educating the public about bees and honey, and plan to open up Honey River Farm to their community by hosting community days that will be available to adults as well as children. Education and demonstration about pollinators, honey and honey bees will also be shared through civic organizations, county programs and community events.

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