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Monday, December 29, 1997

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  • Forgotten Pollinators-America’s Bees

    Many Americans are celebrating the holiday season and enjoying the fruitsof another fall harvest. Yet many of the foods, in fact one third of them,are now threatened by an emerging pollination crisis. It is a virtualsecret that one of America’s most important pollinators, the honey bee isbeing decimated.

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    • Rachel Carson, the mother of the modern environmental movement and authorof the groundbreaking book ??Silent Spring. This speech was delivered beforethe National Women’s Press Club in Washington, DC on December 4, 1962.
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