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NY State announces actions to protect New York's pollinators by restricting use of 'neonic' pesticides
Pete Myers

NY State announces actions to protect New York's pollinators by restricting use of 'neonic' pesticides

The Commissioner on NY State's Department of Environmental Conservation announced actions to limit the unrestricted use of pesticides that can harm bee and other pollinator populations.

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