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The Bumble Bee Bash is back!!

Join us at PPAN's 7th annual Bumble Bee Bash, a farm-style fundraiser, celebration, and community gathering all wrapped up in one! Enjoy lively music, a delicious spread of heavy hors d'oeuvres and honey-infused cocktails, while celebrating PPAN's successes and collective efforts to make Colorado a biodiverse and safe haven for all who live here!


You won't want to miss our HUGE selection of raffle and auction items, including:

gorgeous bee-inspired jewelry

nature-inspired skin care products

rugged & useful outdoor gear (from Patagonia)

beautiful local art (bee prints, weavings, and handcrafted goods)

iconic bee-themed Liberty puzzle

luxurious sustainable bedding set

private fly-fishing trip + hip-camp experience

and more!


Plus, hear about plans to regenerate 14 deeply degraded acres on CO's Front Range

from our guests:

Marissa Pulaski & Nick DiDomenico

(of Drylands Agroecology Research)

Friday, September 8th, 2023

5:30 - 9:00 pm

Ollin Farms (8627 North 95th St, Longmont)

Questions? Email us!


A HUGE thanks to our Event Sponsors & In-kind Donors!

Laurie Algar, Altamira, Ammonite Swirls, Christine Amber Design, Mary Balzar, BBB Seed, Bee Squared Apiary, Bow to the Bee, Buddha & the Bees, Cart-Driver, Cheese Importers, Louise Chawla, Colorado Native Bee, Mike & Beth Conrey, Earth Love Gardens, Kim Frederick-Law, Harlequin's Gardens, Honeywood Garden Design, Jimbo & Jules, Justin's Nut Butters, Liberty Puzzles, Long's Gardens, Moon Valley Organics, Moxie Bread Co., Cassie Olgren, Ollin Farms, Osmia Organics, Ozo Coffee Company, Patagonia, Plume & Furrow, Replica Wines, Merryl Rothaus, Julie Rothschild, Gerda Rovetch, Savory Cuisines, Shamanes Bakery, Sheets & Giggles, Slaymaker Cellars, Spirit Hound Distillers, Sunday, Solvera, & Upslope Brewing Co.



Aug 31, 2023

Love the work you do and the webinars you host. But an event to encourage an invasive species that is damaging the ecosystem is uncalled for. We should all be on a strict vegetarian diet and know better than to steal the hard worked for food of another species. It's double bad when we farm honey bees and then exploit them.

Sep 05, 2023
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I believe PPAN's work focuses only on pollinators (insects, birds, bats, etc.) native to Colorado, not honey bees. The "Bumble Bee" in the title refers to any bee in the genus Bombus, many of which are native to the state. That, and I think the honey products of the event are just for theming.



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