Adopt a Bee

Bee part of the Solution!

Your support helps us establish new colonies.

We have lots of options for you…

Yes,I’m Ready

Orchard swarm 05/20/2014

Inspecting the log bee installation

Top bar comb

Pure Raw Honey

Honey Bee Adoptions – Give the gift of life, to the bees!

Adopt a bee hive and you will be helping to support and sustain healthy bee colonies that are vital to pollination and the ecology. Your donations help raise capital to continue raising healthy bees in Colorado. Bees are wonderful creatures performing a vital role in our environment.

Making your donation for an Annual Hive share is perfect for anyone interested in beekeeping but not able to have hives due to the expense, limited space, time or even allergies! Donations can be made out to yourself or they make great gifts for friends and families. Learn More

Backyard Beekeeping Workshop – Hands-on!

Frangiosa Farm will be hosting a Beginner’s Backyard Beekeeping Workshops. This is a 2 1/2 hour hands-on experience where we suit you up and visit backyard apiary. We will walk you through the basics of beekeeping, ranging from tools and equipment to queen identification and basic hive management. If you are considering keeping bees take this class! Learn More

Honey for Sale, It’s like a big warm hug in a jar!

What does this mean to you?Our honey goes straight from the hive into the jars No messing around with it. The bees have done all the work that needs to bee done.

What is in raw honey. You get a lot more than you bargained for! All the bee products in the honey; honey, wax, pollen, and trace amounts of propils. Honey is honey, pure and simple. Learn More

Other ways to Help your Local Bees and the Environment

If you can’t adopt a bee now place here are a few ways you can help the bee in your area.

1. Stop using chemicals in your garden and on your yard! Pesticides, insecticides, and weed killers are powerful and persistent and kill bees and other beneficial insects. Consider biological and organic controls like ladybugs!

2. Grow native! Growth plants native to your region. Select plants that produce a lot of nectar and pollen. Ask you local garden supply shop for details.

3. Buy organic! Some seeds contain clothianidin and other systemic insecticides that kill bees and other insects. Read the labels and if in doubt don’t buy them. Organic seed costs only pennies more than conventional. Some commercial compost contains imidacloprid, a very deadly insecticide. This chemical gets into the soil and water thereby absorbed by plants, ingested by pets, people, bees, and butterflies. Go organic as much as you can.

For more information on ways to save the bees go to “10 ways to help save the bees!”