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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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Chemical Promotes Dangerous Algae Blooms - Wisconsin is not fully enforcing strict phosphorus limits adopted two years ago to reduce lake-algae blooms that make people sick. The state Legislature in 2010 approved DNR regulations intended to cut down on the amount of phosphorus running into waterways, where it causes algae to grow so thick that the water turns to green soup. The regulations are aimed at wastewater treatment plants, paper mills and factories – which are required to reapply for permits at five-year intervals.

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