Pollinator Presence Plummets

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National Wildlife Week in Canada was from 6-12 April and this
year’s theme was pollinators. Hot on its heels was National Pollinator Week in Washington D.C.
from 22-28 June. I am pleased to see an upkeep of the pollinator profile.
This is hardly surprising given the importance of these industrious workers.
Their increasing decline makes profile lifters such as these of the utmost
importance.

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