Meetings and Speakers
The CU Bee Club has hosted a number of amazing speakers at its meetings to allow club members to learn from researchers, business owners, and policy makers about how bees play a role in all of these different sectors.
Pollinator Dinner At the C4c
Working with the wonderful team at the Center for Community, we put on a yearly dinner full of pollinator-inspired foods.
Boulder’s Pollinator Month
The CU Bee Club played an essential role in a number of events during Boulder’s Pollinator Month in September. Our members taught the community about the importance of bee at the Tour de Hive, the Bee Friendly Pollinator Festival, and the Farmers Market Pollinator Celebration.
The CU Bee Club has hosted multiple nature hikes to allow members to get out and see bees and the environment first-hand!
The HoneyBee Hootenanny
What could be more fun than celebrating the importance of bees at a gorgeous house with a live band and food and dessert made with local honey? As Bee Club members found out, not much! Oh, and we also helped to raise $8,000 for the People and Pollinators Action Network.
Making a difference can be fun, too! The CU Bee Club hosts club socials at least once a month so that members can form close bonds that will help them work as a team once they are participating in community engagement events.
The Rayback Collective
The CU Bee Club got their hands dirty in helping to plant a pollinator-friendly garden behind the Rayback Collective on the Boulder Creek Path! The ground was tough and the weather was hot, but the garden is sure to support Boulder’s native bees and other pollinators for years to come.