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Neonics Pesticide Replacement Found to be Equally Dangerous to Bees

Neonics Pesticide Replacement Found to be Equally Dangerous to Bees Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/neonics-pesticide-replacement-found-equally-dangerous-bees-5714/#ixzz5ZDRLodzx Follow us: @naturalsociety on Twitter | NaturalSociety on Facebook By Julie Fidler A chemical touted as a safer replacement for bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics) has similar harmful effects,…

 

Sierra Club news: Dogwood & Zero Waste in Sebastopol

‘Dogwood’ Timber Harvest Plan Rejected for Gualala River Floodplain Sonoma County Superior Court sided with the Friends of Gualala River on Oct. 16 in its fight against logging hundreds of acres of the Wild and Scenic Gualala River floodplain. Sierra…

 

Current bilingual Opening at Sonoma Ecology Center

Current bilingual Opening at Sonoma Ecology Center This is a great opportunity at the Sonoma Ecology Center. There are a few grants that will support outreach to disadvantaged communities in Sonoma Valley about challenges to the local watershed and community…

 

State Senator Mike McGuire steps up to the plate

Dear Neighbor, Americans can only speculate why President Trump often shows stronger allegiance to the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and Russia’s Vladimir Putin than to America’s own best interests. After two years into this presidency, it’s time to put…

 

California mandates solar on new houses

California mandates solar on new houses  California becomes the first state to mandate solar panels on all new homes. The requirement goes into effect in 2020: “These provisions really are historic and will be a beacon of light for the rest…

 

Bohemian: Grow-Site Pain

Grow-Site Pain  Is Lynda Hopkins in a FOG over proposed pot-grow in Graton? By Tom Gogola POT, PUMPKINS AND POLITICS Fight over fate of former pumpkin patch puts supervisor on the spot. There’s a battle underway over the fate of…

 

Food & Water Watch: Fight like you live here

“You’ll never even know that we were here.”  That’s what Sunoco promised Ginny and her community about the Mariner East 2 pipeline they were building through Ginny’s neighborhood near Philadelphia. Everything would be perfectly safe, they said. But Ginny’s community…