Dal designated a Bee Campus in recognition of pollinator protection efforts


In recognition of its pollinator protection efforts, Dalhousie University has been officially designated a Bee Campus by Bee City Canada. Dal was lauded for its ongoing construction of pollinator habitats, plans to implement pollinator habitat signage, commitment to educate students about bee life, and initiatives celebrating Biodiversity Day. As an official member of the Bee Campus network, Dal will attend Bee Campus meetings to share best practices and discuss opportunities for collaboration on environmental sustainability efforts. “Through this initiative, we aim to unite research and artistic expression with ecological advocacy, embodying our dedication to a diverse, inclusive, and environmentally conscious campus culture,” said Dal student pollinator researcher Emily McLean.