Bee City USA

Updated: Jun 15

City of Woodland is a Pollinator-Friendly City

City of Woodland has been designated as an official Bee City since January 2019.


Why Woodland?

Bee City USA envisions a sustainable future for our pollinating friends. The City of Woodland recognizes the importance of pollinators in supplying our planet with food and is committed to upholding Bee City's vision.

With the help of City's food and ag initiative, The Food Front, Woodland will continue to contribute to ongoing conversations that raise awareness of the role pollinators play in our communities and what each of us can do to provide them with a healthy habitat.


Did you know?

  • Yolo County is home to 300 species of bee

  • Yolo County is home to tons of low water plants to conserve our precious water resource

  • Woodland hosts a California Honey Festival every year (see events)!


We have plenty of bee(sources)!

For more Bee and Pollinator information, visit:

Bee Gardening and Plant Sales

  • UC Davis Honey Bee Haven

  • UC Davis Arboretum

  • The Bee Gardener Blog

  • UC Davis Honey Bee Haven FB

Bees, Other Pollinators, and Honey and Pollination

  • UC Davis Bee Biology

  • UC Davis Honey and Pollination Center

  • Butterflies

  • Hummingbirds


Pollination Conservation and Information

  • Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation


Online Bee Identification and Photos

  • UC Davis Honey Bee Haven Flickr

  • BugGuide

  • Encyclopedia of Life Bee Observer Cards


This blog was written by cityofwoodland.org