Save the bees

Updates on our work to save the bees - from asking Amazon to stop selling bee-killing pesticides to sharing bee-friendly garden tips - and how you can help.

Bees play a crucial role in our lives. But as our society uses more pesticides, their populations are plummeting. Fortunately, we know how to help them: protecting already-existing bee habitat, expanding habitat by planting pollinator-friendly plants in our own gardens and on public lands, and ending the worst uses of the pesticides that are killing them. Together, we can save the bees.

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Around the world, 75% of all food crops and a full 90% of all wild flowering plants rely on bees for pollination.

Want to learn more about the ways our world relies on bees? Check out this link for more information.

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2023 is the year Colorado should act to Save the Bees
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2023 is the year Colorado should act to Save the Bees

Thousands of Coloradans have joined our call for the state to take one of the best actions to protect pollinators - eliminate the consumer sale of products containing the bee-killing pesticide neonics.

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Steve
Blackledge

Steve
Blackledge

Senior Director, Conservation America Campaign, Environment America

Susan
Rakov

Susan
Rakov

Managing Director, Frontier Group; Senior Vice President, The Public Interest Network