Source A United States appeals court ruled on Thursday that federal regulators erred in allowing an insecticide developed by Dow AgroSciences onto the market, canceling its approval and giving environmentalists a major victory. The ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, is significant for commercial beekeepers and …

Source A United States appeals court ruled on Thursday that federal regulators erred in allowing an insecticide developed by Dow AgroSciences onto the market, canceling its approval and giving environmentalists a major victory. The ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, in San Francisco, is significant for commercial beekeepers and …

"When it comes to our food and wild plants and economic health, bees are invaluable.  Bees pollinate one in every three bites you eat and 70 percent of America's food sources.   Europe recently banned neonicotinoid pesticides, yet they continue to kill off millions of bees in the US. That is why Greenpeace is urging Congress to support the Save America's Pollinators Act calling to stop the use of neonicotinoids."

"When it comes to our food and wild plants and economic health, bees are invaluable. Bees pollinate one in every three bites you eat and 70 percent of America's food sources. Europe recently banned neonicotinoid pesticides, yet they continue to kill off millions of bees in the US. That is why Greenpeace is urging Congress to support the Save America's Pollinators Act calling to stop the use of neonicotinoids."

Honey Bee    Penn State’s work to unravel the mysteries of honey bee decline and Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) won recognition and a $100,000 gift from the E. B. O’Keeffe Foundation, a supporter of arts and science research based in Palm Beach, Florida.    Source: Helping Honey Bees, Penn State Ag Science Magazine, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University

Honey Bee Penn State’s work to unravel the mysteries of honey bee decline and Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) won recognition and a $100,000 gift from the E. B. O’Keeffe Foundation, a supporter of arts and science research based in Palm Beach, Florida. Source: Helping Honey Bees, Penn State Ag Science Magazine, College of Agricultural Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University

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