Along a gravel road on the Omaha Reservation is a white house surrounded by gardens and fruit trees.
On one side of the property is an aging outhouse – the namesake of the small operation, Outhouse Honey Farm.
Bees in the outhouse
Four years ago, owner Lowell Osborne noted something peculiar.
“On the side of the outhouse, there were a whole lot of bees going in and out of that big hole,” he said. “I looked, and it was just full of bees in there.”