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-  “EPA says pesticide harms bees in some cases” , MPR News from the Associated Press, January 6, 2015

-  “USDA whistleblower launches new bee research effort” , Dan Gunderson, MPR News, December 23, 2015

-  “Pesticide exposure in bumblebees ‘harms pollination’” , Helen Briggs, BBC News, November 18, 2015

-  “Bees and pesticides ‘missing link’ found” , Helen Briggs, BBC News, November 18, 2015

-  “Alarming Public Health Study Documents Effects of Bee-killing Insecticides on People in Japan” , Center for Food Safety, November 18, 2015

-  “Water Hazard: Aquatic Contamination by Neonicotinoid Insecticides in the United States” , Center for Food Safety, September, 2015

-  “Neonicotinoid Insecticides Harmful to Birds and Bees Found in Congressional Cafeteria Food” , American Bird Conservancy, July, 2015

-  “EPA Used Monsanto’s Research to Give Roundup a Pass” , The Intercept, Sharon Lerner, November 3, 2015

-  “The Well-Stocked Hardware Store” with video link “Making the Switch” , Beyond Pesticides

-  “Bee Safe City Progress” , Shore Report, Page 2, November, 2015

-  “Bee expert: USDA punished me for research on pesticides” , MPRnews, Dan Gunderson, October 28, 2015

-  “USDA whistleblower claims censorship of pesticide research” , Harvest Public Media, Carey Gillam, October 27, 2015

-  “Powerful pesticide lobby attacks bee-saving regulations at Miami trade talks” , Friends of the Earth, Kate Colwell, October 22, 2015

-  “Neonicotinoid pesticides severely affect honey bee queens” , Scientific Reports, Williams, G.R., Troxler, A., Retschnig, G., Roth, K., Shutler, D., Yañez, O., Neumann, P., Gauthier, L.October 13, 2015

-  “USDA to help farmers improve food sources, population of honeybees in 6 states” , StarTribune/Associated Press, October 10, 2015

-  “Ball FloraPlant Eliminates Neonicotinoid Use On its Offshore Cuttings Farms” , Greenhouse Grower, Brian Sparks, October 7, 2015

-  “Insecticide found in half of sampled U.S. streams” , KTVZ.COM, Bend Oregon, August 18, 2015

-  Minnesota’s grass-roots bee boosters unite to keep buzz going , Minneapolis Star Tribune, Kim Palmer, Sep. 8, 2015

-  Food Fight 2015: Taking Down the Degenerators , Common Dreams, Ronnie Cummins, Sept. 6, 2015

-  City Council launches effort to protect pollinators ,Southwest Journal, Sarah Mackenzie, Aug. 21, 2015

-  Minneapolis takes action to protect dwindling local bee population ,minneapolismn.gov, Aug. 21, 2015

-  Minneapolis pledges to boost local bees ,Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Eric Roper, Aug. 21, 2015

-  Beekeepers try to keep bees - and livelihoods - from going extinct ,Washington Post, Leah Sottile, Aug. 8, 2015

-  A Farmer’s Perspective on Neonicotinoids ,Edible Toronto Magazine, Sean McGivern, Summer 2015

- AndoverProclaimed Bee Safe City! - Link

- StillwaterBecomes Pollinator Friendly! - Link

- Lake ElmoBecomes Bee Safe! - Link

- St. Louis Parkpasses Bee Safe Resolution! See the Sun Sailor Article and be sure to read the comment! Link

-  “Holy Shit! Almonds Require a Ton of Bees” , Tom Philpott, Mother Jones, May 25, 2015

-  “Portland bans use of insecticides believed to be harmful to bees on city property” , The Oregonian, Andrew Theen, Apr. 1, 2015

-  “Bees get a break in St. Louis Park” , Suns Sailor, Rachel M. Anderson, March 25, 2015

-  “World’s most widely used insecticide proven to damage bees’ brains” , Science Alert, Bec Crew, February 6, 2015

-  “Bumblebee brains affected by neonicotinoids” ,Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Scotland, February 3, 2015

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