We come to you! We will help make your pollinator goals a reality, no matter your comfort level with insects and flowers. No project is too small or large.
We have a combined 25 years of beekeeping and habitat experience from various places in the country. Beekeeping in diverse climates means we bring diverse solutions.
We run our business as sustainably as feasbile. We use natural beekeeping techniques and minimize our impact through thoughtful practices.
We know it's possible to make a living doing what's right.
Pollinators are so important to our world, and they're in trouble. You can help, and we can help you.
We know beekeeping is difficult, but rewarding. We understand creating pollinator habitat is challenging, but critical. That's why we're here to help!
Each year, Siller Pollinator Company will continue to add free services for non-profits interested in helping pollinators. If you are a non-profit interested in hosting hives, please contact us.
Allison started SPC in 2019 and has been managing the daily operations since. Known by many clients simply as "the bee lady". Allison has a scientific education and a background in a variety of agricultural related industries. She brings that diverse knowledge to beekeeping, pollinator habitat management, and her expert customer service.
Erin has two full time jobs in addition to her duties at SPC: she works for Albemarle County and is a mom. Erin started beekeeping on a tropical crop farm in Hawaii. She has also gained pollinator plant experience from her time in the landscaping industry. Erin runs the social media for SPC and pulls on a suit and visits clients whenever her busy schedule allows.
Emily became bee obsessed after starting beekeeping with SPC in 2019. As the fastest learner ever, Emily now helps SPC when she is not being a vet or a farmer. Emily practices small and large animal medicine and helps to run a horse-powered CSA called Whippoorwill Farm. You may have been lucky enough to meet Emily at a SPC Bee Camp which she helps to organize.
Brynna studied Environmental Studies and Biology at George Washington University. After an internship combating invasive species out West, she returned to VA. She is passionate about the environment and now - pollinators! She is learning more all the time, especially about cavity nesting bees. Brynna is also really into her cute dog, Daisy.