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Wilderbee Farm


Meadery Tasting Room: NEW SUMMER HOURS Fri-Sun 12-5pm through 9/6/24

Farm: Wed-Sun 12-5pm May through October

Shop Online

We now offer our bestselling farm and mead products online. 

(Due to state and federal alcohol regulations, mead must be ordered and shipped separately)

Summer Hours at the Meadery

Summer Fridays at the Meadery
This summer we're extending open hours at the meadery to include Fridays! 

Meadery Tasting Room Summer Hours:
Friday-Sunday 12-5pm
Through September 6th

Come relax before the weekend.
Explore our nature trails.

Snip a bouquet.
Sip some meads at the meadery.
Enjoy Fridays at the Farm.


Poetry Readings

Sunday, JUNE 30th 3:00-4:30

Sunday, JULY 28th 3:00-4:30

Sunday, AUGUST 25th 3:00-4:30

Sunday, SEPTEMBER 29th 3:00-4:30


This summer Wilderbee is thrilled to host Poetry On The Salish Sea ~ monthly poetry readings in our meadery garden June-September by poets from around the Olympic Peninsula and beyond.

CLICK for poet bios and full schedule.

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Mead Release

LARRYBERRY is a semi-sweet, lightly sparkling blueberry mead made with blackberry blossom honey and the last harvest of our certified organic blueberries hand-picked by Larry (Dad). DELICIOUS!

(Label Art by Christine Stevenson)

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New Art Show

Hours: Fri-Sun 12-5pm

Two Port Townsend artists light up the meadery walls with beautiful oil and cold wax paintings on display through the end of July.

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Barbara Cecil fell in love with oil painting 24 years ago. She recently met cold wax/oil technique and was taken by its refusal to co-operate with any intention. This exhibit is a mix of her oil and cold wax adventures.

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Suzy Carroll is an abstract painter using self-taught cold wax techniques inspired by the mystery and magic of nature and how shapes emerge from light dancing in the forest, or how images form when cloud watching. 

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Located in a quiet, pastoral community just west of Port Townsend, Wilderbee is a family-run destination farm where you can relax and enjoy some of life’s simpler pleasures. We grow certified organic lavender, flowers, and pumpkins for u-pick, pomme fruit for our meads, and raise a conservation flock of rare, British Soay sheep for wool. During summer we hand-harvest and distill our lavender for essential oil using a copper distiller to capture the sweetest floral notes. Our farm store offers our essential oils, hydrosols, lotions, soaps, and balms as well as raw honey, bottles of mead, and unique woodcrafts made by dad. In the barn loft we provide a fully-equipped ceramics studio for adult use through spring and summer. On weekends visitors can relax and sip our award-winning handcrafted meads at the Mead Werks tasting room and garden overlooking the farm. We specialize in traditional and barrel-aged meads complemented by seasonal batches made with organic farm-grown ingredients. Our twelve-acre property is also home to honeybees, native pollinators, and a diverse ecology of woodland and wetland areas that attract an abundance of wildlife and birds. During open hours we invite you to explore the trails that meander through this nature sanctuary.

Farm Hours:

May - October Wed-Sun 12-5pm

Meadery Tasting Room Hours:

Saturdays & Sundays 12-5pm Year-round

Lavender, Port Townsend



Cut Flowers

Pumpkins, Port Townsend


For Everyone’s Comfort & Safety:

Accompany children at all times.

Keep dogs at home or safely in your vehicle.

Service dogs on leash are welcome.

Thank you for not smoking or vaping.


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Our Commitment

We are committed to stewarding the land we farm organically and aesthetically; and providing healthy habitat for wildlife and natural pollinators.

Our Values

To laugh often and much. To win the respect of intelligent people. To earn the appreciation of honest critics. To appreciate beauty. To find the best in others. To leave the world a bit better; whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition. To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.         

~Bessie Anderson Stanley

Casey & Eric

Owners, Operators, Farmgeeks

Our Mission

Provide a relaxing place to enjoy life's simple pleasures. 

Practice sustainable methods for small acreage farming. 

Aspire to harmoniously integrate farm life with wildlife.

Larry (Dad)

Woodworker & Farmer

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