Saving Honey Bees
While the EPA continues to stall, new research suggests neonicotinoid pesticides may be harming more than just honey bees. Active ingredients seep into the soil and groundwater, and treated seeds are lethal to grain-eating birds.
The mounting evidence demands a moratorium on these pesticides until we better understand the long-term effects.
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Program Provides New Forest for Butterflies
In 2012, the Forests for Monarchs program successfully planted over 550,000 native conifers, providing habitat for the migratory butterflies as well as economic stability for the local community that manages the new trees.
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