What we do


Here at Bumblebee Conservation Trust we are passionate about saving bumblebees and we believe that the best way to do this is to be guided by the latest bumblebee and pollination science. As a result all of the policies and practices that drive our activities are science-led and we are continually working to monitor and evaluate our activities to ensure best practice in everything we do.

In this section of our website you will find:

  • Our projects: information about the wide variety of projects that our staff and volunteers are busy delivering across the country.
  • Our science/ research: information about our scientific activities, including the academic research projects that we are currently involved with.
  • Land management advice: advising land managers on the best ways to support bumblebees on their land is a key element of the work that we do. This page provides useful guidance for differing land types: from pastures, to orchards, to quarries.
  • Bumble kids: encouraging the next generation of entomologists is vitally important to securing the future for bumblebees so this section provides information and activities to inspire and enthuse our young supporters.

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