Bee Friendly Farming

Bee Friendly Farming

Promote pollinator health on your farm and receive recognition and consumer support for it.

How to get involved

Time: The time needed will depend on the size of your farm and how many actions need to be taken to meet the criteria, but an average would be 6 hours per week.

Taking action to provide a pollinator friendly habitat in your farm helps support healthy and sustainable agricultural economies, food supplies and landscapes. Plus, it can give you a competitive edge!

5 Steps
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