"Frangiosa Farms is committed to responsible beekeeping in the face of bee decline through community education, backyard beekeeping, and support of locally sourced pure honey."

About Us

The Beekeeper

Nick French has been keeping bees since 2009 in urban farms, on roof tops, and in backyards. His farm has over 40 hives, in 6 apiaries in and around Denver, Colorado. Nick helps the bees provide pollination services, educations to kiddies, backyard beekeeping classes, and the production of pure raw honey. In local raw honey you will find the greatest health benefits; allergy relief, skin care, digestive and immune support. Nick has provided backyard beekeeping workshop, educational presentations to schools, garden centers, and to community supported agricultural projects.

Interests and Education

Nick has a wide breadth of knowledge gained through his time and travels in the US Marine Corps and through traditional education. His studies have included: Biology, Tropical Marine Biology (Australia), Microbiology, and Finance. Nick is passionate about urban farming, using an integrative approach to growing veggies, composting, backyard chickens, bees, and using a subterranean greenhouse; all on less than 0.22 acres!

The Value

When you support Frangiosa Farm you are making a difference in the battle to save the bee. We are committed to using every penny of your donations to buy more equipment to establish new bee colonies, develop programs that educate new beekeepers and supporters, and creating a bee business where the honey sales go directly back to creates more colonies. It is a sustainable loop where the bees help to save themselves!

The Focus

Frangiosa Farm is focused on natural, sustainable beekeeping practices that consider the long term effects of maintaining healthy bee colonies. If chemicals and pollutants in the environment are killing bees, it does not make sense to add chemicals to a hive in order to make them healthy.

The best way is to work with the bees.

It is the only way! No Bees, No Food!

Nick French, 303.506.9936, nick_french@hotmail.com

Frangiosa Farms in the News

  • Maverick 2.0 Bee Impact: Denver, CO – Principle Speaker on Bee, Beekeeping, and Problems facing both
    (Hosted by Maverick 1000). “Your presentation was great, but even more tangibly beneficial was having you available
    (as an expert) to bounce ideas off of…” Dustin Betz, GreenTowers, LLC
  • “Beekeeping 101 Basics” Charity workshop, Sprout City Farms, Lakewood, Co
  • “Backyard Beekeeping 101 – Behavior and benefits” at Tagawa Garden Center Parker, Co
  • “Backyard Beekeeping 101” Hands-on! Two sessions
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Frangiosa Farm proud to support the following organizations.

We serve the communities of the Southwest Denver metro-area. Our Mission is to further an understanding about the importance of honeybees and to help develop beekeeping skills & experiences in becoming Bee Guardians!!

American Farmland Trust is recognized as the nation’s leader for saving America’s farm and ranch land, promoting healthy farming practices and supporting farms and farmers. The organization and the national farmland conservation movement have come a long way since 1980, when AFT was founded. Following are significant milestones in the history of AFT:

Pesticide Action Network North America (PAN North America, or PANNA) works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives. As one of five PAN Regional Centers worldwide, we link local and international consumer, labor, health, environment and agriculture groups into an international citizens’ action network. This network challenges the global proliferation of pesticides, defends basic rights to health and environmental quality, and works to ensure the transition to a just and viable society.

Mission Statement:The Colorado Beekeepers Association shall be composed of Beekeepers of the State of Colorado and those interested in allied industries for the purpose of producing better beekeeping methods, better beekeepers, and a more unified system of apicultural work in Colorado.