UW Arboretum

Clay Bolt

The rusty-patched bumble bee used to be abundant, including in Wisconsin. Nature photographer Clay Bolt became interested in the species' dwindling numbers, and set out to create a documentary about his quest to find the bee.

The South Carolinian ended up at UW-Madison's Arboretum.

1200 people filled Monona Terrace last week to discuss the latest in ecological restoration.  Attendees from around the globe  share their perspectives.