Midwestern waters are full of bee killing pesticides

Here’s an article in Mother Jones about how Midwestern Waters are Full of Bee Killing Pesticides.

The U.S. Geological Survey is important not only because it reveals neonicotinoids in Midwestern waters at killing levels, but because this is just the kind of soil and water surveying the EPA and USDA have carefully avoided despite recommendations 11 years ago by EPA Risk Assessment scientists that it must be done. The consensus is that the EPA and USDA have avoided this lest it reveal how significantly they have failed to protect the environment and the American people.

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