FROM HIVE
TO HOME.

Our honeybees bring you the sweet taste of New England farms and wildflowers. The team at FoxRock Farms has planted over 3,000 native plants to feed not only our honeybees, but also at-risk pollinators like butterflies, birds, moths, beetles, flies, and wasps. In addition to our true wildflower honey, we grow fresh organic produce, taking great pride in our sustainable agriculture practices.

From Hive to Home.

Our honeybees bring you the sweet taste of New England farms and wildflowers. The team at FoxRock Farms has planted over 3,000 native plants to feed not only our honeybees, but also at-risk pollinators like butterflies, birds, moths, beetles, flies, and wasps. In addition to our true wildflower honey, we grow fresh organic produce, taking great pride in our sustainable agriculture practices.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to build community through education and food accessibility. We strive to educate people on the importance of natural habitats, pollination systems, and organic practices through hands-on experience. We hope our produce and wildflower honey will deepen your connection to your food and where it comes from.

THE NUMBERS

Our busy honeybees are buzzing in many apiaries spread up and down the South Shore of Massachusetts. Below are a few notable statistics about these incredible creatures and our hives.

0 HIVES
up and down the South Shore
0 EGGS
The number of eggs the queen can lay daily from late March – early October
0 THOUSAND
each hive can have up to 120,000 bees at peak population
0 MILLION
bees in our hives during peak season
How you can help

Learn more about how
you can help support our
pollinator population.

How you can help

Learn more about how you can help support our pollinator population.

What types of plants are included in our pollinator garden?

For the past decade, Dr Gegear of UMass Dartmouth has been putting together this pollinator plant list. Our team worked with him and referenced this list when designing our pollinator gardens.