I have one acre of land. FULL of bulbs and plants to draw in butterflies- feed birds and help the wildlife trapped in my area as humans chop and cut and destroy the land- I have seen in 30 years- the bees once here have been replaced by black boring bees that destroy wood structures and porch railings and more. HOLeS in the ground of HUGE yellow jacket nests- have cost me over 2 thousand dollars in 3 years from allergy to the stings- my animals being attacked as the swarm. More huge biting in ground bugs I have not seen before- possibly the killer bees prevent us going to the back areas- and no dogs can go out long- as these bees attack. Azaleas- the Humminbird loves them - and I am so scared for my grand children and your future!!
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The EPA is letting the chemical companies get away with murder. For years, the agency has done nothing to stop Bayer and Monsanto, the leading bee-killers. Now, the EPA is considering petitions from Dow and Syngenta to expand and increase the use of two insecticides, sulfoxaflor and thiamethoxam. Both belong to the neonicotionid class of pesticides implicated in the mass die-off of bees, known…
Last week, First Lady Michelle Obama finished planting her sixth-annual White House Kitchen Garden. This year, she did something different. She planted a pollinator garden to attract and support 70,000 bees already gracing the presidential lawn, as well as monarch butterflies and other pollinators. It's great that the First Lady is doing her part to create a habitat for bees at 1600…
The Organic Consumers Association, along with Friends of the Earth, SumofUs.org and other protectors of the environment have called on Home Depot and Lowe's to stop selling plants coated in neonicotinoids. Neonics, as they're not-so-affectionately called, are a class of pesticides considered largely responsible for killing off the honeybee. …
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