National Honey Month is a celebratory month in the United States held annually during the month of September. The awareness month was initiated by The National Honey Board in 1989.
Its purpose is to promote beekeepers, the beekeeping industry, and, of course, honey, as a natural and beneficial sweetener.
September is significant for honey producers, as it typically marks the end of the honey collection season for beekeepers in the United States.
Make sure to eat lots of honey, go to a beekeeping event, and talk to a beekeeper this month!