Our Mission

The ultimate goal of Forest Maker Honey is to fund ecological restoration through the sale of New Zealand Manuka Honey.

100% of our profits are reinvested into forest restoration to ensure these ingredients and the ecosystem that supports them are available to future generations.


Our progress so far:

Native Trees Planted
$ 10110
Donated to Restoration Projects
Regular Honey, Raw Honey and Manuka Honey: What’s The Difference?

Profits from the sale of Forest Maker Honey are used to plant Manuka trees and fund restoration projects in New Zealand.

Bees collect the pollen from these trees and use it to make Manuka honey. 


Bee keepers harvest this honey and we turn it into a delicious jar of Forest Maker Honey for you to enjoy.

ecological restoration New Zealand

The trees that are planted through this process help with the ecological restoration of New Zealand forests and wildlife. 

Our Restoration Partners

Organisations we have donated to to fund restoration:

Pirongia Te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society
Whaingaroa Environment Centre

Raglan Inner Sanctuary Trees

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