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UT Landscape Services, a key Bee Campus partner, has developed a Pollinator Program that seeks to raise awareness of the vital role native pollinators play in native landscapes. UT landscapers created an IPM-based pollinator habitat management plan to minimize pesticide use and enhance pollinator habitat with these native plants.

Would you like to take an in-person or virtual tour of the Urban Orchard & Pollinator Gardens that UT Landscape Services and students have created? Start here.

The UT Office of Sustainability, which initiated the Bee Campus with the Beevo student beekeeping organization, hosts campus projects and events that support the natural environment and provides information, such as campus walking tour maps.

The UT Biodiversity Center in the Department of Integrative Biology offers researchers and students world-class resources and supports public engagement in pollinator research. In addition to hosting the UT Bee Campus webpage, it showcases Campus Flora and native trees on the Forty Acres.

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The Brackenridge Field Lab dedicates resources to pollinator gardens and enclosures for research on bees and butterflies. The Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, the newest field station for the Biodiversity Center, cultivates butterfly and hummingbird pollinator gardens with native Texas plants.