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Nearly a third of honey bee colonies in the United States have been wiped out since 2006. The estimated value of crops lost if bees were no longer able to pollinate fruits and vegetables is around $15 billion. Share this post if you want to raise awareness to save the bees! Join us in the fight to take back our food supply: #SaveTheBees #HoneyBees #Pollinators #Food #Pesticides #BeeLove #PlantOrganic

Pesticides kill indiscriminately. Don't kill the life givers - honeybees, native bees, and bumblebees. *Pinned from Pin It for iPhone

WOW!!! What the heck is next? US government approves the release of millions of genetically enhanced super bugs to fight off viral disease. Chaos ensues! More here: #GMOs #GMMosquitos #food

In the 1950′s, the honeybee population numbered 5 million strong, while today despite the advent of improved farming methods and technology, the bee population has dwindled to 2.5 million. A significant loss considering that one out of every three bites of food has been pollinated by a honeybee. What has brought us to this point? And more importantly, what can we do about it?