Bee Friendly Farming

Bee Friendly Farming

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

  • $2,700 per new project
  • Locations: Grant County, Loudoun, San Antonio, Laramie County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project

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
Who?
Mary Fletcher Bagwell joined “Bee-ing” Friendly at Broad Shoulders Farm a Bee Friendly Farming group 3 months ago
Mary Stafford joined Pollination Station a Bee Friendly Farming group 3 months ago
Megan Throckmorton-Harris joined “Bee-ing” Friendly at Broad Shoulders Farm a Bee Friendly Farming group 4 months ago
denise hudsonh joined Hudson Heitage Farms Bee Friendly Paradise a Bee Friendly Farming group 4 months ago
Amy McClure joined Happy Hill Farm a Bee Friendly Farming group 5 months ago
Michelle Doeppenschmidt joined Farm Yoga Busy Bees 🐝 a Bee Friendly Farming group 5 months ago
Tiffany Vedia followed Bee Friendly Farming 11 months ago
Kim Rocha followed Bee Friendly Farming 11 months ago
David Ozment followed Bee Friendly Farming 11 months ago
Farm Yoga followed Bee Friendly Farming 11 months ago
William Anderson joined Bee Friendly Farming- South Boston, VA a Bee Friendly Farming group 7 months ago
  • $2,700 per new project
  • Locations: Grant County, Loudoun, San Antonio, Laramie County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project
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