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Honey Bee Haven

The CCUH coordinated the design contest sponsored by Häagen-Dazs for a bee-friendly garden that will be used for educational outreach on the UC Davis campus next to the Harry H. Laidlaw Jr. Honey Bee Research Facility.  The winning team created a design of interconnected gardens with bee-themed names like Honeycomb Hideout, Nectar Nook, and Pollinator Patch.

CCUH is also coordinated and supervised the Honey Bee Haven installation.  The garden was installed in 2009 and officially opened to the public in September 2010.

More information

  • Sausalito Bee team

    Winning Design Team:

    Landscape architect Ann F. Baker, Ann Baker Landscape Architecture

    Landscape architect Donald Sibbett, principal with The Sibbett Group

    Interpretative planner Jessica Brainard, independent museum consultant

    Exhibit designer Chika Kurotaki, RRM Design Group

  • Site plan

  • Planting legend

  • Site preparation photos


  • Häagen-Dazs

  • Cagwin and Dorward