We will help make your pollinator goals a reality. No project is too small or large.
We have a combined 26 years experience from diverse regions of the US.
We run our business as sustainably as feasbile. We move towards less impact when we can.
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.
Stephanie came to SPC through a connection the Scottsville Supply Company. She started beekeeping a few years ago after moving out to the country. In addition to SPC, Stephanie is an author of fantasy and sci-fi. She lives on her country property with her partner and a cute dog. Stephanie brings creative energy and enthusiam to the team and everything she does.
Malcolm was discovered at a farmers' market by our partners at Thistlerock Mead Company. Beekeeping runs in Malcolm's blood, as his grandfather breeds queens in France. Here in VA, Malcolm fosters dogs and serves his community through volunteerism. Malcolm is a mad scientist who is always asking why and helping SPC find answers.
Reagan started beekeeping in the beekeeping club at her high school, and volunteered to help Allison before she could afford to pay anyone. Wise move; now that SPC has grown, Regan's official! Reagan is really into music and fencing - cool that the veils for beekeeping and fencing are almost identical. Tech-savy and methodical, Reagan brings consistency to the team.
Kathryne Presson, or "KP" is SPC's #1 volunteer. Always down to sit at a table during an event, or help brainstorm over a beer. Kathryne is also the designer and builder of all our small native beehouses - check out the shop to get one! Kathryne has spent her career in public service. She loves her cute cats, her Adopt-A-Hive bees, and spending time with her family.