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Back in 2015 when Juniper Cupertino joined the Hilton portfolio, we had the opportunity to tell our story from a new perspective. We want to remember the roots of the Silicon Valley, not just today's role as the tech center of the world, but also the history of Cupertino's early years. The San Jose/Cupertino corridor was once a bustling agricultural community with peaches, apricots, cherries, plums, walnut, and almond orchards. Natural pollination from honey bees plays a role in the production of a third of our food supply.
Since the late 1990's beekeepers have been sounding alarms as honey bee populations have been in decline. We knew we had to act and added four hives onto our roof. We also wanted to make sure the story of the honey bee is woven into who we are as a hotel and feature BeeKind guest room soap and shampoo which donates to honey bee research at the University of California Davis. Throughout the hotel you will see subtle reminders from the hexagonal shape of honeycombs in our carpets to art work that features honey bee wings.
Juniper Cupertino's team members have volunteered their time in creating a rooftop garden to support our honey bee colonies. And Juniper's restaurant Parkview Kitchen & Spirits harvests honey four times a year with Mike, our local beekeeper. Guests can try this truly local honey in some of our favorite cocktails and menu items. We continue to expand the rooftop garden and recently started harvesting herbs, tomatoes and peppers.