The 'Case Studies' area of our website features examples of our conservation and outreach activities.
It demonstrates where we work in partnership with other conservation organisations, as well as land managers and volunteers.
We hope that it gives you a flavour for the important work that we are engaged in to support bumblebee populations.
If you feel inspired to take action personally, you will find lots of information throughout our website on ways that you can help us to help bumblebees. Just visit the 'Get involved' section for information on gardening in a bee-friendly way or volunteering to give a bumblebee talk.
Alternatively, visit the 'Support us' section to become a member of the Trust and do your bit to help save the sound of summer.
"We are facing a fundamental problem with the decline of bees and other pollinators. They have an absolutely crucial role in pollinating many of our important crops - without them we will face higher food costs and potential shortages."
Professor Douglas Kell
BBSRC Chief Executive