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Science is a great method for answering important questions about our world, and you don't need a lab coat and a fancy degree to do it! Sometimes, scientists have questions that can't be answered by them or their team alone, and that's where we can all help. You can join Planet Bee’s movement to protect our pollinators and contribute to innovations in agriculture by doing community science! Get your science on!


1. Join our Team of Community Scientists!

Become a real bee scientist by joining our Native Bee Community Science Project and signing up to be part of our Community Science Team! Through this unique conservation opportunity, you will be supporting native bee populations locally and nationally through the research you collect.
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2. Build a Native Bee Nest to Gather Data

Learn how to create the perfect habitat for native bees right in your own backyard. Building a DIY native bee nest home is simple and provides a huge impact on our fuzzy friends.
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3. Register your Native Bee Nest

Complete this form to register your Native Bee Home with Planet Bee Foundation's Community Science Project for the first time. If you would like to monitor a Native Bee Home that you have already registered, you can also do so here. We are excited to see bees start to move into your Native Bee Home and learn more about the abundance, distribution, and biodiversity of pollinators in your area!

4. Input your Observations and Data into the Planet Bee Official Database

Upload your data and photos to this form to help us understand what works for native bees. This data will be shared with researchers, farmers, students, and industry professionals!
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Join iNaturalist Pollinator Safari!

  1. Join Planet Bee Foundation's Pollinator Safari Scientist iNaturalist Team

    Complete the form below to join our Pollinator Safari Scientist Team! We are excited to have you on the team looking for pollinators along your travels and are excited to see the pollinators you find as you learn more about the abundance, distribution, and biodiversity of pollinators in your area.

2. Participate in our Pollinator Safari Community Science Project on iNaturalist!

Register on iNaturalist and learn to use iNaturalist to discover and identify the pollinators in your own backyard! Our Pollinator Safari is a community science project using the iNaturalist platform developed by the California Academy of Sciences and National Geographic. Here, we provide guidance regarding how to join our project, how to observe and identify pollinators, and how to map pollinators in your neighborhood. The observations that you contribute to the Pollinator Safari will help pollinator conservation researchers with a wealth of data, including the local abundance, diversity, seasonality, and resource preferences of pollinators. Teachers can use the data generated to help students understand, compare, and contrast the pollinators found locally and around the world!
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Register for a Native Bee House Building Team-Building Workshop

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During this dynamic, one-hour workshop, team members will take pride in learning how to become community scientists while building their own native bee nest homes to support our pollinator friends! Native Bee Nest Home kits can be shipped to team members’ homes or a central location. Onsite workshops also include an education tabling program for employees, complete with an observation hive filled with live honey bees, seed ball making, and honey tasting!

Register for School or Community Organizations for our STEM Lessons

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Planet Bee phenomenon-based STEM lessons are designed for active learning with conservation at the heart. Developed by entomologists, bee experts, and experienced state-certified teachers, our program is grade-banded, aligned with NGSS and Common Core, and incorporates leading-edge interactive learning technology.

Build a Campus Native Bee Observation Hive

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Place a Native Bee Observation Hive on Campus- Students can get a special look at developing larvae inside the observation hive that can be placed outside in the garden or classroom.

Build a Campus Native Bee Hotel - Build your own native bee hotel with the guidance of Dr. Graham. We will provide plans and meet with your carpenter to create and help build this dynamic centerpiece in the garden.

Dr. Jason Graham's Bio

Dr. Jason Graham is a bee researcher and has worked with native bees, honey bees, and beekeepers for 15+ years. He earned his Ph.D. in the Honey Bee Research and Extension Laboratory at the University of Florida. For his post-doctoral work, he studied the known populations of Hawaiian yellow-faced bees and contributed data that helped to list these pollinators as endangered species. He has presented his bee research at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC, has led field trips for the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), and his research has been featured by National Geographic.

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