What’s the Buzz? Biology Professors work to make Georgetown a “Bee Campus”
October 24th, 2019
This year, Georgetown is working to earn designation as a Bee Campus, a status indicating that the University is committed to increasing the number of pollinators, native and non-native, on campus. Furthermore, Bee Campuses establish plans for habitats, awareness events, and student projects to support bees and other pollinators. Student group Hoya Hive and Professors Martha Weiss and Edward Barrows are leading the project, which is currently focusing on planting native plants to attract pollinators.