San Antonio, TX

Meet San Antonio's Newest Young Entrepreneur: Trent Anderson

Cristian Nunez

The 16-year-old from Castroville has started a new journey with his new local business. Anderson's idea came after his experience with other beekeepers. The teen would take as many calls as possible when it came to bee removal jobs. Though Anderson knew this would take some time, he kept his idea going. Now, Anderson is the proud business owner of BeeSpace.

—Photo from BeeSpace's Facebook page

About BeeSpace

Anderson is everything you would expect from a local business. Anderson maintains his bee farm, creates his products, offers beehive relocation services, and even shows you how to care for bees through classes.

Anderson knows the importance of honey bees in our ecosystems. That's why he flew out to California to help with beehive relocation efforts while the state of California endured one of its most critical wildfire crises. Anderson is here to care and care the right way.

Anderson is part of the local businesses in San Antonio that have been hit by COVID-19, reporting that his sales have dropped 50% during this time, if not more.

What does BeeSpace offer?

Anderson's BeeSpace offers the following:

  • Honeycomb
  • Tallow honey
  • 100% pure beeswax candles
  • Cinnamon whipped honey

How to find BeeSpace


702 Hwy 90 W, Castroville, TX 78009 San Antonio, TX

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Anderson has also created a Facebook Group to keep the conversation about retail, bees, and honey relevant. Through the group, customers can see Anderson's process to maintain his bee farm.

COVID-19 has affected many. For Anderson, his hope comes from the community's willingness to support local markets. #ShopLocal

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