SLU Community Engagement Inventory
Data based on information submitted by members of the SLU community, summer 2015.
Bee Diversity Across a Range of Social and Economic Neighborhoods in St. Louis
Description: This project researches how social, economic, environmental, and ecological factors affect the abundance and distribution of bees across the city of St Louis. Project members examine community gardens, urban farms, and restorations sites weekly for all bee species (around 100 so far). In addition, the members of the project also interview stakeholders and decision makers in order to determine how they perceive pollinator diversity and pollination services.
- City Seeds Urban Farms
- Dogtown Ecovillage
- EarthDance Farms
- Fresh Gatherings Harvest
- Gateway Greening
- The International Institute of St. Louis
Primary SLU Contact: Gerardo Camilo, firstname.lastname@example.org
Collaborator(s): Damon Hall
Categories: Community Gardens and Urban Farming, Education, Environment, Science and Technology, Socioeconomic Status