USDA: People Are Creating A Food Desert For Bees
A national survey says commercial bee keepers reported losing 41% of their colonies last year. But, experts are quick to point out that the number of wild bees are also declining. Partly, according to Gary Crawford, because we humans don’t provide enough food for our bee friends.
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