Tell your representative what you think about their vote on pollinator protections

New research has shown that neonic pesticides are incredibly toxic to many types of bees and other pollinators. Pollinators are important in maintaining biodiversity and ecological balance by pollinating dozens of commercial crops, providing important food for other wildlife, and providing habitat for many species.

On May 3rd, the Minnesota House of Representatives voted on an amendment (SF 3656) that would have forbidden the use of neonic pesticides on state Wildlife Management Areas. The amendment did not pass.

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