ADOPT-A-HONEY-BEE + Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) As the bee population declines, we remain committed to responsible beekeeping through community education, backyard beekeeping workshops and support of locally sourced raw honey. With your support, we invest directly into establishing healthy bee colonies. Nick French, Bee Shepherd and Frangiosa Farms owner, raises his bees with organic practices. The honey used for Colorado Hemp Honey is pure, raw Rocky Mountain honey.
It all Starts with Happy Bees!
For more information on our farm and our Adopt-a-honeybee program, please visit the Frangiosa Farms main page at www.frangiosafarms.com.
Social and Environmental Support
A big part of what we do on the Frangiosa Farm is to build the best environment for bees to live and thrive. This means looking after the land, plants, and insects that call our farm their home. On our small farm in Parker, Colorado we grow a variety of plans that bees love; lavender, red and white clover, sages, sunflowers, fruit trees, and many wildflowers. Feeding and saving bees is not all we do. We value the services that a couple other local charities do for the community. Here they are...
For every jar of Colorado Hemp Honey sold, we donate 10 cents to the Veterans to Farmers program.
Veterans to Farmers (VTF) helps veterans return to civilian life by training them in agriculture. This ultimately leads to urban homesteading and/or business ownership. It provides a way to help establish the well-being of American veterans returning from service back to civilian life.
For more information, visit www.veteranstofarmers.org.
We donate 10 cents from each jar of Colorado Hemp Honey Pet Tincture sold to help find and train dogs to do specific tasks for veterans in need of a service dog.
Freedom Service Dogs unleashes the potential of shelter dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. Clients include veterans who have traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, and post-traumatic stress disorder. For more information, visit www.freedomservicedogs.org.