Local Pollinators


Pollinator Week

Day 2 - Lizzy

 
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Lizzy, here’s the scenario:
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The people who know you best are gathered into a room together and asked to figure out what they agree are one of your “worst” and “best” features. What would they come up with?
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“My people would say that I get cabin fever a little too easily and am very vocal about it. I can be a little eager and a little annoying trying to get my friends and family to start little projects with me to do with anything from quilting to backpacking. My brothers would tell me to take a chill pill!
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My people would say that I am up for any adventure whether it be cool, weird or just different. When I find things that are really unique and important to me (like beekeeping) I really go all in and try to share that experience with others.”

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We were so excited to meet Lizzy (and others) this past fall while working on the Great Ape House mural, visiting with her and a handful of incredible students at Georgetown University. Lizzy is the head of Hoya Hive (@hoyahive), Georgetown’s beekeeping organization, having received a grant in partnership with professors William Hahn and Cynthia Wei to create a bee campus.
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This national initiative aims to make an overall safe environment for pollinators on Georgetown’s campus, seeking to expand their on-site bee hives, investing in research and increasing campus awareness for pollinators everywhere!
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Explore her inspiring work here.