The Task Force on Systemic Pesticides is the response of the scientific community to concern around the impact of systemic pesticides on biodiversity and ecosystems.
Its intention is to provide the definitive view of science to inform more rapid and improved decision-making.
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This article was taken from More Bees less Assholes and I have included a few more gathered pictures below to create even more inspiration to create a bee hotel. ..
“These helpful creatures are currently having a difficult time surviving, with an upsurge in urban expansion and loss of biodiversity. Bees that live in colonies are also in trouble, with colony collapse disorder decimating populations worldwide.
While you may not want a whole hive moving to your balcony or garden, maybe you could take in a few of the solitary bees often lacking the basic necessities of shelter and food.
Here are some simple instructions for building a modern bee hotel that will do well in any garden—whether its on your apartment balcony or in your spacious country sanctuary.”
Here is another way to arrange a bee hotel (and avcommodation for other useful critters) in your garden
Or just simply use these
And make this:
This is also a way but only if you do not need to buy a piece if wood like this or must cut a tree down for it:
Here are more beautiful Ideas thatbI have taken from John Walker- please visit his website. http//earthfriendlygardener.net/