Bee Friendly Farming® has arrived in Australia. The program, an initiative of the Pollinator PartnershipTM in USA, works directly with farmers to promote and certify bee-friendly landscapes and practices.
Bee Friendly Farming is a program that supports farmers, orchardists, and other commercial land-use operations to promote pollinator health on their lands. With generous support from BFF partners, One Tree Planted and Flow Hive, up to $100,000 is being offered as tree grants to support tree plantings on BFF CERTIFIED farms.
Pollinator Partnership™ (P2) and The Wheen Bee Foundation (WBF) are proud to announce a partnership and licensing agreement to establish Bee Friendly Farming® (BFF) in Australia.
James Bowie has a ten-year view of a “bees and beef” vision to build the two together in a sustainable synergy. It’s all about creating a balance between a prime Angus beef operation, and a sustainable farm ‘ecosystem’ that supports honeybees and native pollinators.
What is World Bee Day? The main purpose of World Bee Day events is to spread awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators
Ian Rathjen and Daniel Fischl explain why Bee Friendly Farming is important to them. Bees may not pollinate grapes, but as commensal organisms, they help