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WHERE NATURE MEETS NURTURE

Come visit us in historic Bullitt County and enjoy some of our farm fresh offerings and services.  Whether it be spending time with our affectionate pygmy goats, taking home some of our seasonal organic produce, booking a paint party, or having your school or business host our Pollinator Education Program, we're sure you will be nurtured and nourished, physically, mentally, and emotionally.  Contact us to schedule your event or visit.    
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ABOUT FULL CIRCLE FARM & APIARY

 

Full Circle Farm & Apiary was inspired and established by the Bee Somebody line of artwork, the concept of owner, Travis Kelley, in developmental partnership with fellow artist, Jennifer Zingg.  In an effort to present artwork which brings about awareness of the drastic need to protect our pollinators, specifically the honeybee, we saw the need to become more directly involved in the preservation of these industrious and life-giving pollinators. 

 

It is our purpose, with the goods and services we offer, to educate and nurture humankind in order that we would better appreciate and nurture nature as well.  Due to the overuse of chemical pesticides and herbicides on crops and landscaping, mosquito spraying programs, and other use of these environmental poisons, the honeybee population has been in rapid decline at a very alarming rate. 

 

With the goods and services provided here, at Full Circle Farm & Apiary, and in the classrooms of our public schools through our Pollinator Education Program, you can help us help you, and future generations, to protect, preserve, and nurture that which helps sustain us.  It's time to stop killing off the other living creatures which nurture our own lives.

Pollinators transfer pollen and seeds from one flower to another, fertilizing the plant so it can grow and produce food. Cross-pollination helps at least 30 percent of the world's crops and 90 percent of our wild plants to thrive.  Without bees to spread seeds, many plants—including food crops—would die off.

SHEPHERDSVILLE, KENTUCKY | FULLCIRCLEFARM@TWC.COM | (502) 682-9633

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