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What Cascadian Farm is Doing

Spreading the Word
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Our field team samples Cascadian Farm products throughout the country and now we've added bee-friendlier on-pack donations! Come visit us at our next event and pick up some granola goodness along with a bee-friendlier on-pack donation to help the pollinators.

Our Home Farm

Our home farm in the Upper Skagit Valley of Washington state is a naturally rich pollinator habitat. By using organic farming practices and working with nature we avoid using pesticides and create a bee friendly home for pollinators.

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Funding the Effort

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Cascadian Farm is

  • Supporting research into bee health
  • Building bee habitats
  • Funding bee-friendly almond farming practices in California
  • Making donations to The Xerces Society
    and the University of Minnesota
Buzz Crunch

Buzz Crunch Honey Almond Cereal

The newest addition to our cereal lineup is made with organic whole grain oats, rice flakes, corn flakes, as well as ingredients made possible by pollinators, including organic almonds and honey. For every box of cereal sold, Cascadian Farm will donate $1 – up to $100,000 – to The Xerces Society, a non-profit leader in pollinator conservation and research (available at Whole Foods Market). Good news! While we reached the planned $100,000 donation target, we have decided to expand the program to drive even more pollinator research and habitat creation. Your purchases continue to drive an impact for Xerces and the pollinator population, and we thank you for making this program such a success.