Radio and newspaper stories of pollinators

The Organic View radio show

Plight of the honey bee draws aid from University of Missouri

New science on neonicotinoids

Bee loss ‘absolutely awful’

State officials looking into beekeeper concerns over pesticides that could kill bees

Pesticides present- at low levels

Bees: Study points to key cause of colony collapse disorder

Pesticides wipe out bee hives

Bee researchers raise more warning flags about neonicotinoid pesticides

Poisoned Pollinators: Protecting bees in the Cowboy State

Popular sodas used for pest control

Pesticide companies smoke-screening bee crisis

Starving hives: Pesticides cause Bumble bees to collect 57% less pollen, study says

How to save the world’s bees before it’s too late

Minnesota bans garden centres, nurseries and retailers from selling garden plants treated with neonics

Systemic spread and propagation of a plant-pathogenic virus in European Honeybees, Apis mellifera

Are agriculture’s most popular insecticides killing our bees?


Right to Farm threatened in Michigan

Minnesota lawmakers concerned for bees scold Ag Depart.

Fed survey: 23% of bees died this winter

Honeybee Deaths Are Down, But the Beepocalypse Continues

15 May 2014, by Bryan Walsh (Time)

Fewer Honeybees Died Over the Winter, a Report Says

USDA expanding release of parasitic wasp to combat citrus disease

Bee Deaths Prompt Calls for U.S. to Ban Some Pesticides

Environmentalists Sue to List Bumble Bee as Endangered

“Bees exposed to high levels of pesticides suspected in colony collapse”

Wilsonville Bees Died from Pesticide Poisoning  June 2013

Honeybee Catastrophe on “The Animal House” on WAMU radio 6-15-13

“As bees perish in large numbers, a search for causes and solutions,” from Minnesota Public Radio May 28, 2013

New Yorker article,” Colony Collapse Disorder and Pesticides”…/new-studies-colony-collapse-disorder.html

Protecting Honey bees from pesticides: Purdue extension LIST OF BEE TOXIC PESTICIDES