The buzz on pesticides

We are experiencing an alarming reduction in our bee population with increased use of pesticides in agricultural and urban areas. How and why bees are declining isn’t fully understood, which is more alarming.

Bees are pollinators – a part of the cycle of life. Pollination is the transfer of pollen from one part of a flower to another, resulting in the production of seeds. Seeds needed to begin the next harvest. Now more than ever, it is critical to promote practices that will benefit pollinators by providing habitats free of excessive pesticides, full of nectar and pollen resources.

PLUS, the safe use of pesticides will improve our water resources that have been found to contain pesticides. Like bees, our water resources are part of the cycle of life. To learn more:

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