What used to be a sky full of butterflies and bees is now mostly silent and the south west 1/3 of Minnesota has become a virtual pollinator death zone. The loss of habitat and over use of herbicides has turned Minnesota prairie into mostly grass, field corn and soybeans.
Commercial honey colony numbers in MN have fallen by half since 1997 and the honey crop by 2/3 as rural Minnesota has been turned into grass and cropland.
Land For Bees - The Vision
I want to raise awareness about the loss of pollinator habitat and leave my land set aside in conservation easements with the primary use as pollinator refuges. This is a problem that can actually be solved by rural land owners and I want to set an example.
Land For Bees was formed as a land holding company and now owns 233 acres. Learn more about the Land For Bees mission statement found here. Help us save the bees and pollinators!
Support Our Mission
Help us maintain 233 acres of land for pollinators. Replanting trees and flowers for pollinators is a major emphasis that these funds will be used for along with annual mowing and weed management. The proceeds of any products or subscriptions purchased on this page will be used exclusively to further our goals described in the Land For Bees Mission statement found here
You can support our mission by the purchase of any product on this page.