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​Pollinators and biodiversity play an important role in farm health and productivity!


Pollinator Habitat & Biodiversity on the Farm

  • Tuesday, June 25, 2024, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Pollinators and biodiversity play an important role in farm health and productivity! 


  • benefits of pollinators and facilitating biodiversity on your farm
  • different methods to establish pollinator habitats on your farm

Take a tour of Boblink Farm with owner, Brenda Miller where she will show examples of pollinator habitats and how she has created biodiversity with wild areas, insectary border and creative cover cropping. 

Brenda Miller - Bobolink Farm

Brenda Miller is the owner and founder of Bobolink Farm, located in Liberty, NY. Brenda has 40+ years of experience in farming including 8 years at a 350-acre orchard, then some time at a 50-acre organic vegetable farm, then working for Greenmarket in NYC, several years of horticulture training, public garden/ private estate work, and a big urban greening in Philadelphia. Brenda also owned and operated a design build, kitchen and garden business in Philly for 8 years and was a farmer monk at Dai Bosatsu Zendo, a 1/2-acre vegetable and flower farm for 5 years. After gaining all the knowledge and experience from her previous endeavors, she established Bobolink Farm in 2019. She grows a variety of vegetables and fruits, selling them at the wholesale level as well as at farmers’ markets. Brenda uses organic and regenerative practices, or “wild farming”, with the goal of restoring biodiversity and soil health.

This program is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture award #2022-06508, through the American Rescue Plan. Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County provides equal program and employment opportunities. Contact the office to request accommodations.





Taylor Adam
Beginner Farmer Program Manager
(845) 292-6180 ext. 130


Bobolink Farm
6127 State Rte 55
Liberty, NY 12754

Last updated June 3, 2024