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  • Get a Bee-Friendly Yard Sign | Honey Bee Haven
    haven You ll be a visible part of the solution by sharing the issue with your neighbors friends and family These signs can be invitations to have a conversation signals of commitment or both We re pretty sure bees can t read but if they could they d thank you We can t do this work without members like you Neither can we do it without partner organizations If you

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  • Latest News | Honey Bee Haven
    science upon which regulatory agencies claims of safety have relied are fatally flawed which is exactly what we ve been saying since 2010 when we publicized the leaked memo showing that EPA has allowed clothianidin a neonicotinoid to remain on the market despite the absence of any solid science demonstrating the chemical s safety for bees Last spring PAN conducted our own evaluation of the state Read more about Neonics hurt bees Who knew Log in or register to post comments Beekeepers expect worst year for bees Submitted by panna on Wed 01 16 2013 21 13 We re facing the extinction of a species That s what one Midwest based large scale commercial beekeeper told me last week at the annual gathering of the American Honey Producers Association AHPA And he meant it Bee losses have been dramatic especially in recent years And beekeepers are feeling the sting According to many who manage hives commercial beekeeping won t pencil out in the future unless things change and soon Beekeepers from across the country gathered in San Diego to swap stories and share best practices in the trade as well as to learn more about the latest Read more about Beekeepers expect worst year for bees Log in or register to post comments What s the buzz in Britain Submitted by panna on Thu 12 13 2012 01 19 Across the pond the buzz is all about the impacts of pesticides on bees Both the U S EPA and its British counterpart Defra have been slow to act on the growing body of scientific evidence that would protect bees But a series of important hearings may signal important changes afoot in that country For the past 30 years bee populations have been declining in the United Kingdom And pollinators like

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  • Latest News | Honey Bee Haven
    and 2018 is much too late Keeping a bee toxic pesticide clothianidin on the market illegally despite the absence of valid science supporting its registration is unacceptable Help communicate this messages as clearly as possible to EPA Bees need protection right now Stop stalling Read more about Bees need EPA to stop stalling Now Log in or register to post comments Guest Blog Teaching pollinator importance Submitted by Guest Blog on Thu 07 26 2012 00 00 This summer I did a project for my Girl Scout Gold award focused on the importance of bees and bats and what we can do to help them I chose these two creatures because they are both facing serious threats to their survival are very important to the ecosystem and are misunderstood and feared by many For my project I taught a week long class about bees and bats at the middle school summer youth enrichment program There were approximately 30 kids in the program I started off by teaching them basic information about bees such as the parts of a bee different kinds of bees hive Read more about Guest Blog Teaching pollinator importance Log in or register to post comments EPA sidesteps chance to protect bees Submitted by panna on Tue 07 24 2012 17 32 All too often the rules of pesticide regulation are cumbersome and make for slow change But EPA had an opportunity to take swift decisive action to protect bees and they let it pass Today the agency announced it is denying the request by beekeepers to declare Bayer s pesticide clothianidin an imminent hazard to bees and will not be suspending the chemical s use The decision comes in response to a legal petition filed earlier this year by twenty five beekeepers and environmental organizations citing

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