We’re a family tree farm on a hilltop in the Ozark Mountains. We manage native trees, orchards, gardens and native plant beds. Pollinators are critical to our success and we developed BeeFoster for our own use. It turns out everyone has the same problem: the pollinators are dying and that’s a catastrophe in the making. On our Rockspan Farm website, you’ll see how we’re working to restore degraded soils and restore riparian corridors that run alongside our section of the spring-fed Sac River. We’re putting in large pollinator plots, restoring old farm ponds, establishing Silviculture stands and using bio-char to restore soils without over-fertilizing. We’re planting large stands of native bald cypress which have lifespans of up to 1800 years. So, we’re in this for the long haul and we hope you are too.
Yes, we do the work here
You're at our website, so you must think bees are important. What else is important? American manufacturing? Family farms? Female management? Cradle to grave recycling? Innovation? Science based research? It's all here on our farm.