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Margie Alt Jul 11
This is a travesty. The federal government has GOT to do better. In the meantime here's to planting only natives with zero pesticides that are good for the bees!!
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Bridget Sanderson 2h
This certainly isn’t the way to save crops...
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Not1More Jul 11
Worry?? They should be damned terrified. the worst. Critics worry Trump turning blind eye to honeybee decline
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Dave Austin Jul 12
Meanwhile... the alt-45* regime is literally trying to kill us all.
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SharperGator Jul 12
⁩ Informed Americans are familiar with the fact that the ignorance and stupidity of ⁦ and ⁦⁩ are going to ignore this problem until it rises up and bites us all in the ass.
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Environment Maine 6h
Honeybees, a cornerstone of agricultural sustainability, are being threatened by toxic pesticides known as neonicotinoids. The solution is simple yet profound: Ban neonicotinoids. via
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Anne-Marie Bonneau Jul 17
"Trump administration to approve pesticide that may harm bees." Is this administration filled with breatharians? Do they not need to eat food in order to live?
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Mary Vedovi Jul 13
With the current D.C. climate, it's truly not surprising just devastating for all who eat- . & . may you reap what you sow
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Environment Maine Jul 12
From our fruits to our vegetables, around 80% of U.S. crop types depend on bee pollination. We depend on these tiny pollinators!
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Sam Colombo Jul 12
Thank you for coming to talk to some of our canvassers today and for your support and work on saving our pollinators!
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UMaine Green Campus Jul 12
Here’s a fun fact for you this Friday! 🐝🌻☀️ Remember to buy local this weekend, your local bees work hard making honey available to you! Have a wonderful weekend!
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Danny Katz Jul 12
I have no idea what this plant is next to my house but bees appear to love it. Now if we can only stop bee-killing pesticides, we'd be in business.
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Environment Colorado Jul 10
We have been in Aurora working to save the bees and our food supply. We are educating the residents on the effects of neonic pesticides!
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Rebecca Tirabassi Jul 15
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Environment Colorado Jul 10
We have started talking to residents in University Park about bee killing pesticides! If you see some of our canvassers in your neighborhood, ask them what the buzz is about!
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Drew Ball Jul 15
Bees are dying at alarming rates. We rely on them to pollinate everything from cucumbers to tomatoes. Other states, the EU, and companies like and are taking action to save our pollinators - NC should too.
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Margie Alt Jul 13
Replying to @aallington @sejorg
Sick (and frustrating and very very wrong).
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Leland K. Bassett Jul 13
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𝑀𝒶𝒹𝒹𝓎 𝒜𝒾𝓃𝑒𝓎+ 🍁🏳️‍🌈 Jul 12
PAY ATTENTION PEOPLE! 🚩Trump’s is allowing sulfoxaflor, a bee-killing pesticide, back on the market, just days after the Trump administration said it was suspending data collection on bee populations.🚩
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Alt-Human Jul 16
Replying to @MotherJones
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