Resources – Save Oregon’s Bees

Photo courtesy of Catia Juliana, photographer

“Bee-utiful” – photo courtesy of Catia Juliana, photographer

Net Loss—Economic Efficacy and Costs of Neonicotinoid Insecticides Used as Seed Coatings: Updates from the United States and Europe” (Dec. 2016 report from the Center for Food Safety)

Concerned about the threat to bees in your garden? Read the list of consumer products to avoid that contain neonicotinoids (PDF).

BEYOND THE THREAT OF TOXICS: Seek simple justice for water, bird, breath and bee (PDF)

The Rusty-Patched Bumble Bee – The Story of a Declining Pollinator (produced by the Xerces Society)

Gardeners Beware 2016: Bee-toxic Pesticides Found in “Bee-friendly” Plants Sold at Garden Centers Across the U.S. (PDF)

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Get involved today to help save the honey bee from dangerous pesticides! (Photo by Roka Walsh)

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