Farms could slash pesticide use without losses

Pollinator News                 Feb. 2, 2018

 

Farms could slash pesticide use without losses, research reveals

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Portland, ME Becomes an Organic City, Banning Toxic Pesticides on Public and Private Property

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Can I Use that Picture? The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images

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Research

Farmers Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices and Health Problems Associated with Pesticide Use in Rural Irrigation Villages, Southwest Ethiopia

Honey bee (Apis mellifera) colony health and pathogen composition in migratory beekeeping operations involved in California almond pollination

Virus and dsRNA-triggered transcriptional responses reveal key components of honey bee antiviral defense

The Science Underlying the Core Principles in Regenerative Agriculture, a presentation by Dr. Jonathan Lundgren, http://notill.org/dr-jonathan-lundgren

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The Grassroots Grants program, now in its eighth and final year, provides support to not-for-profit organizations to better their neighborhoods through the development of community gardens and greenspaces.

 

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS FEB. 19th

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Raise awareness about the adverse impact of pesticides on pollinators critical to the supply of food and the ecosystem.
Provide advocacy, guidance, and tools to document the detrimental effect of pesticides on pollinators.
Affect regulatory processes of pesticide risk assessment, label, and enforcement.

 

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