'Bee' Part Of The Community

The Dunwoody Nature Center has several pollinator protection initiatives to help protect our local bees and inspire the love of nature in our community.

Bee Dunwoody
Pollinator Pledge & Garden Sign

Dunwoody joined more than 80 cities across the country as part of the Bee City USA program, a nationwide initiative to encourage healthy, sustainable habitats for bees and other pollinators.

The Bee Dunwoody Pledge
By taking the pledge, you promise to do your best to maintain your land to protect and promote the health of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, birds, etc. by caring for our local ecosystem.

Take the pledge and make a donation to receive a Bee Dunwoody Pollinator Garden Sign (pictured above).

Dunwoody Beekeeping Club
Annual Membership

This club is intended for all those in the Dunwoody community who have beehives, want beehives, or are interested in learning more about beekeeping. 

The Beekeeping Club meets monthly at the Dunwoody Nature Center and features speakers on specific topics relevant to all audiences. 

Join the club to get notices for all meetings/events and to offset the costs for great speakers.

Hive Inspections
Hands-On Classes

Join Master Beekeeper Cindy Hodges for an up-close and personal look at our resident honeybees! Whether you are an experienced beekeeper or just curious about bees, you will enjoy this fun and informative class! Ages 13+.

A Few Good Books

Plants Honey Bees Use by Shannon Trimboli

Honeybee Democracy by Thomas Seeley

Buzz About Bees by Jürgen Tautz

Metro Atlanta Beekeepers Association