Neonics affect EVERYONE of us, I urge you to click the link and add your voice to the discussion. We cannot afford to lose any more bees and other pollinators.
I have just finished reading Dave Goulson’s – A Buzz in the Meadow. Goulson is Professor of Biology (Evolution, Behaviour and Environment) at the University of Sussex in the UK. He has completed many years of bee research and is a strong advocate of bumblebee conservation and founder of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust in the UK. This is Goulson’s second book, the first was A Sting in the Tail.
In a Buzz in the Meadow Goulson tells us about the fascinating life of insects. He takes as his starting point Chez Nauche, a farm in the heart of rural France, that he bought in 2003. Goulson has been managing the farm in such as way as to encourage wildlife, with of course an emphasis on insects.
Goulson’s style is entertaining and informative. However, by the time he gets to Part III of his book the reading gets depressing…
View original post 353 more words
Thanks for spreading the word Eliza.
Ripples on a pond. 🙂
Thank you for sharing this important info. Petition has been circulating on FB for a couple days now.
Glad to share. 🙂
Thanks for your reblog, Eliza. I signed the petition a couple of days ago.
I keep signing. It’s so unbelievable. Monsanto has a lot of power. So do we!
And, I appreciate your spreading the word!
We can’t live without them. They said 8 years and we would be gone, maybe sooner. I think they passed a law the certain pesticides were now banned. I love your post.
Thank you for posting this. i have shared on facebook as a lot of my friends are like me and want to save the bees. I just wish that the rest of the world would stop and take a deep think about a world without bees.
Me, too. Sadly, it seems that most folks simply don’t ‘think’ at all! I wonder therefore, what exactly is going on in their brains…is it a blank screen or is it filled with soap operas, reality shows or the latest bling? 😉
All the above I`m afraid. It is very very sad, we have separated ourselves from the very source that feeds us and nurtures us.