Bees Need Our Help

Watch our flower bombing film and help us make a difference.

Featuring music by Sigur Rós.

Get Involved

Redeem Code

Cascadian Farm will donate to either wildflower habitat (Xerces society) or bee research (University of Minnesota Bee Lab) when a code is redeemed online. Enter your unique code below to choose where your donation goes.

Cascadian Farm Products

For every code entered online by December 31, 2018 we will donate 25 cents to your choice of either Xerces society or University of Minnesota Bee Lab.  Maximum total donation 1,000,000 based on online code entry and other consumer actions.

Bee on Flower

Plant Wildflowers

Flowers can provide good, clean food for bees. Find out what types of flowers and plants are best for your area.

Bee on Flower

Choose Organic

Organic farming provides good, clean food for humans – and does the same for bees. Discover the benefits of organic.

Bee on Flower

Tell Your Friends

The more people know, the more they can help! Share Bee Friendlier with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.


Our Commitment

At Cascadian Farm, we’ve been farming organically since 1972, and we know how essential bees are to the environment. In fact, bees are responsible for the pollination of over two-thirds of the world’s agriculture crops. That’s why we’re spearheading Bee Friendlier, an education and support program to help bees thrive. Explore the site to learn more about the issue and discover how you can help.

Our Partners

There are many great organizations dedicated to helping bees thrive. Learn about two of our partners here, and discover how you can help.

Bee and Pink Flower

The Xerces Society

The Xerces Society is the leading conservation organization supporting bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.

Bees with Honey Comb

University of MN Bee Lab

The University of Minnesota Bee Lab conducts cutting-edge research to promote the health of bees.

Share Your Garden

Share Your Commitment to Bees

People all over the country are doing their part to help bees. Are you planting wildflowers? Changing how you shop for food? Creating bee nest sites? Whatever you’re doing, share it here!

Just post it on Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag #BeeFriendlier. You might see your contribution in the gallery!