Bee Friendly Farming (BFF) from the Pollinator Partnership, is a program that provides guidelines for farmers and growers interested in promoting pollinator health on their lands. Pollinators are an indispensable natural resource in agriculture and healthy ecosystems. Farmers and beekeepers are on the front line in playing a critical role for their survival.

Spriggly's Beescaping is on the Bee Friendly Farming Task Force and are here to help your garden or farm become Bee Friendly!

Learn more about the certification program by visiting Pollinator.org/bff. 

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WHAT IS THE CRITERIA NEEDED TO BECOME
BEE FRIENDLY FARMING CERTIFIED?

Offer forage providing good nutrition for bees on 3-6% of land

 

Plant continuous bloom of different flowering plants throughout the growing season, especially in early spring and late autumn in temperate regions

 

Offer clean water for bees

 

Provide a variety of habitat for nesting and mating, through features such as hedgerows, natural brush, or bufferstrips

 

Practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM); reduce or eliminate the use of chemicals

 

Pay the annual $35 certification fee