From spring 2021, a two-part "WOODY LOVES BEES" bee pasture is growing on an area of approx. 12.000 m² on the WAGNER campus. It consists of a richly flowering and species-rich flower meadow of around 4.000 m² with a rich food supply for honey bees, wild bees, bumblebees, butterflies and numerous other endangered small animals. Directly next to it, yellow rape is also in bloom on an area of 8.000 m², which also provides a large supply of nectar and pollen for bees and other insects. At the edge of the flower meadow, five beehives have been set up, each of which is home to 60.000 honey bees, i.e. a total of about 300.000 bees. For wild bees and many other insect species, a large "insect hotel" at the edge of the flower meadow provides shelter, nursery and winter quarters. And for lizards, a new habitat is being created from quarry stones, sandstones, deadwood and small mounds of earth for egg-laying.