Cranberry Highlands Community Apiary

Cranberry Highlands Community Apiary

Submitted by CTCC on July 22, 2019 - 11:00 am
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What is the Pollinator Garden?

Cranberry’s Pollinator Garden is designed to be a community resource for education about pollination and beekeeping. A part of Cranberry Highlands’ Audubon Sanctuary certification program, the Garden provides a bee-friendly habitat adjacent to the municipal golf course for honey beehive placement and instruction. The Pollinator Garden is a joint project of Cranberry Township – which owns the facility – together with Cranberry Highlands and Burgh Bees. We welcome your interest and ...

Apiary Layout

Habitat Improvement

When designing the landscape, our focus was to provide resources for pollinators of all kinds. The lack of flowers on the golf course forces pollinators to branch out to other locations to secure alternative nectar sources. To keep them closer to home, we supplied them with a diverse range of flowering species that would bloom throughout the summer months.

Apiary Sponsorships

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Help The Cause

Pollinating species have come into the spotlight because of their ongoing struggles and our reliance upon them to fertilize our food supply. By integrating pollination-friendly habitat, Cranberry Township is providing a method to educate children and community members on the biology, ecology, agriculture, societal structure, and the hurdles that pollinating species are facing. The 250-feet long garden will harbor a diverse selection...