Bill and Sandi were high school sweethearts. They married young and raised two boys on their 15-acre Northeast Georgia mountain homestead. Named for the abundance of wild Trillium and several creeks on the property, Trillium Creek Farm is home to several acres of dedicated pollinator habitat, free range chickens, a raised bed vegetable garden and, of course, the bees. Bill discovered his passion for beekeeping a few years ago after acquiring one colony of bees on a whim. They have since focused on learning the "Art" of beekeeping and are now able to share some of the fruits of their labors. Sandi's passion is preparing a meal for the family
— including gardening and food preservation. Her skills have led to the development of an amazing honey extraction and bottling room, affectionately referred to as the "Honey House."
Find out why Sourwood honey from our area has been judged as the best honey in world.
The mountain region of Northeast Georgia is famous for good bee forage, fresh air, and mild weather. Healthy bees are happy bees.