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The Business of Saving Bees
France has set the benchmark in the global effort to save bees. The country banned all 5 of the neonicotinoid pesticides that researchers are blaming for collapsing bee populations. Studies have shown that neonicotinoid cut bee’s spear count and scramble their memory and homing skills.
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Lawmaker in Minnesota are concerned with the declining bee populations in their state and a new program could pay homeowners to transform their lawns into bee gardens. $900,000 would be allocated annually to cover the majority of the expense to plant wildflowers, clover grasses and other native bee friendly plants.
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The EPA is also concerned with the declining bee population in the United States and has canceled registration of a dozen pesticides that are know to harm bees. The cancellations are effective as of May for 12 of the neonicotinoid-bases products produced by Syngenta, Valent and Bayer.
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Harvesting Lake Weeds Improves Water Quality - A reduction of lake weeds will improve the water quality of Elk/Beaver Lake say Capital Regional District Staff. Funding is being sought for a weed harvester to cut and collect excessive aquatic vegetation.


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