Archive for April 3rd, 2012

Please help save the Bees

April 3rd, 2012 Here’s the buzz: American honey bees are disappearing at an alarming rate and the government knows why.

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avis sur site de rencontre meetic Susan Mariner uses her backyard garden to grow extra fruits and veggies for her family and teach her children where their food comes from — and in the past few years, she’s seen the decline in bees firsthand.


ab partnervermittlung weingarten When Susan heard about the recent studies linking this specific chemical to the widespread death of the bees who pollinate our food, she started a petition on to get the chemical banned. Click here to sign Susan’s petition asking the Environmental Protection Agency to ban these bee-killing pesticides ASAP.

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rencontrer n dans les ruines de son chateau One-third of the U.S. food supply relies on honey bees. Without bees to pollinate crops, many essential (and favorite) foods are at risk, including apples, squash, tomatoes, strawberries, almonds, and even chocolate.

giornale lavoro opzioni binarie Several countries, including Germany and France, have already banned clothianidin. And after the bans, bee populations began to rise again.

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here But in the U.S., clothianidin is used on millions of acres of crops and American beekeepers report losses of up to 90% of their bees.

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