BEE CONCERNED 
We are at a tipping point.
Colony Collapse Disorder, habitat loss, malnutrition and toxic neonicotinoid pesticides are killing honey bees in alarming numbers. Scientists are worried that the annual bee losses are unsustainable. 
Honey bees are the most important pollinator on the planet.  
The future of our food supply (over 90 crops!) rests on the tiny honey bee. They make one-third of all food production possible. I don’t want to imagine a world without fruits and vegetables.
This is a serious crisis and it’s accelerating.  Nature is not disposable! 
Think about what you can do.  
Before it’s too late. 

BEE CONCERNED 

We are at a tipping point.

Colony Collapse Disorder, habitat loss, malnutrition and toxic neonicotinoid pesticides are killing honey bees in alarming numbers. Scientists are worried that the annual bee losses are unsustainable. 

Honey bees are the most important pollinator on the planet.  

The future of our food supply (over 90 crops!) rests on the tiny honey bee. They make one-third of all food production possible. I don’t want to imagine a world without fruits and vegetables.

This is a serious crisis and it’s accelerating.  Nature is not disposable! 

Think about what you can do.  

Before it’s too late. 

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