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Bee Campus USA is a Xerces initiative that seeks to facilitate broad campus community participation to enhance pollinator habitat through increasing native plants and nesting abundance while reducing pesticide use in campus landscapes.

The UT Austin Bee Campus committee hosts events that align with the Xerces National calendar of observances and supports campus service-learning projects, research, courses, and resources focusing on pollinators. It gathers information on landscape management and pollinator species and makes this available to the community.

UT Austin Bee Campus began as a collaborative effort between UT Austin campus organizations including BEEVO, Landscape Services, Office of Sustainability, Biodiversity Center, Field Research Stations, and Department of Integrative Biology. Below you will find more information on the various services we provide. We welcome campus-wide participation!

View UT Austin's Bee Campus Certificate and Annual Report.
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Pollinator Landscapes: Management, Photos, Maps

Do you want to know what plants support pollinators on the UT Austin campus? Start here.

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Pollinator & Plant Species List

See what pollinator and plant species are native to the area. Click here to explore.

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Service-Learning, Research, Courses, Outreach Events

UT Austin supports research and service-learning projects in labs, research units, and student groups, and it offers academic and outreach courses focused on pollinators. Learn more by clicking here.

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Pollinator Information, Resources, News

UT Austin Bee Campus provides the community with access to databases, photo archives, outreach material, and publications on bees and other pollinators. Learn more by clicking here.

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Calendar & Events

There are many opportunities to learn and engage with the pollinator community. Learn how by clicking here.

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UT Austin Bee Campus Commitee

Learn who the folks are behind UT Austin Bee Campus by clicking here.