EPA bee proposal draws concerns

EPA bee proposal draws concerns

AGRICULTURAL and conservation groups submitted comments recently on the Environmental Protection Agency's "Proposal to Mitigate Acute Risk to Bees" as part of the National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees & Other Pollinators released earlier this year.

The overall goals of the strategy are to reduce honeybee overwintering losses to less than 15% within 10 years, to restore monarch butterfly populations to 225 million by 2020 and to

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