University of Oregon Design for America Studio Project Winter/Spring 2016. 

Our team spent winter term researching why mason bees are endangered in Eugene, OR and devising a plan to help us build them a permanent habitat. Below is a short deck we shared to our DFA studio and community partners at our winter expo using the DFA design structure. Currently, we're in the process of constructing our habitat and developing an educational campaign around bee preservation. Check back soon to get the buzz on our final project! 

Key Insights:

Community organizing is the most effective platform for stimulating social change. 

People are likely to feel connected to a cause if they have a hand in the creative process.