We are lucky to have some incredible organization on-site that help us achieve our agricultural, educational, and environmental goals.
Honey bees have always been important for crop pollination at Field Manor. We’ve welcomed them back through our partnership with CL Best Honey Bees, LLC. Beekeeper Clifton Best maintains our hives. As an added bonus, Field Manor sells the honey made in our groves out of our homestead! Click here for information about our Honey Bees!
The river’s abundance enjoyed by the Field family has virtually disappeared. While environmentalists debate the exact cause, Field Manor is taking the lead with its Shoreline Restoration Project in partnership with the University of Central Florida. Oyster bags, mats, and rivergrasses have been placed along our 300 feet of shoreline in the hopes of stopping erosion and rebuilding the natural habitat. Visitors can walk along our shoreline that serves as an educational site. Building back this fragile habitat across the Indian River Lagoon will help clean up the troubled estuary.
Do you live in Brevard County and want to play a role in the Lagoon’s preservation? Click below to learn about the Restore Our Shores project and how to get involved.