Why Is Buzz Missing from Your Cheerios Box?
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Colleen March 15, 2017
I've spent the last couple years while in graduate school studying pollinator conservation, and I'm very skeptical of this campaign. Sending the same seed packets all across the continent probably isn't too helpful; planting wildflowers that are actually native to your area is the best way to help bees and other pollinators.
Saffron3 March 14, 2017
I like that campaign, I support local bee keepers and yes this is a very critical issue. Thanks!
Nancy F. March 14, 2017
I wonder if they have a way of sending the right seeds to different climates/ environments? Most seeds won't do well across all biomes
Whiteantlers March 13, 2017
On paper, it sounds good, but I have to wonder if people are even noticing the absence of the bee on their cereal boxes.
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