The Snohomish Bee Company is a small, family-owned beekeeping supply business in the quaint city of Snohomish, WA. about 40 minutes north of Seattle. Our journey with the Snohomish Bee Company (also known as SnohoBeeCo) began in January of 2023 and has been an amazing and exciting experience serving and working with an incredible community of beekeepers, gardeners & lovers of all things pollination. While we are located in Western WA. we support beekeepers throughout the entire state and beyond.

Our store has a long history in Snohomish County, formerly known as ‚ÄúThe Snohomish Bee Company‚ÄĚ and we'll carry on the legacy as "The Snohomish Bee Company", and prior it was ‚ÄúBeez Neez Apiary Supplies‚ÄĚ, and before that, it was called ‚ÄúSilverbow Beekeeping Supplies‚ÄĚ. Brandon Wight and Melissa Faries are the 5th generation to carry the torch of keeping such a unique and important business in our city.

By shopping with the Snohomish Bee Company, you not only support a local business. You get the personal touch, mentorship and support only available in a small beekeeping supply business. We offer everything a beekeeper needs in our store every day allowing you to see for yourself, ask questions about usage and go home with your products the same day.

Before you go to an another online retailer for price alone, give us a call and allow us to prove to you why shopping with us will help you to be the best beekeeper you can be.

We are authorized resellers of MannLake, Dadant & Sons, GloryBee & BetterBee.

The Snohomish Bee Co.
Brandon Wight & Melissa Faries

 

Co-owner, Brandon Wight, loves talking about all things bees, helping customers solve or identify issues in their hives, teaching various classes in our store and bringing honeybees up from Oregon & California to beekeepers in Washington state.
Co-owner, Melissa Faries, is a mama to 3 precious kiddos, an animal lover and wannabe homesteader. She is a beginner beekeeper and excited to learn all the tips and tricks of what it means to be a successful beekeeper and to help support the community in the endeavor of beekeeping.