pesticides

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What Canadians don’t understand about farming—and what they need to

Opinion: A city resident-turned-farmer has seen firsthand how the understanding gap between farmers and consumers is growing, over issues like Roundup and more
Common Eastern Bumblebee collecting nectar from a yellow flower. (Shutterstock)

A bumblebee’s work is never done. Next: saving the environment

Harnessing the hardworking bumblebee could boost crop yields, cut down on pesticides, and maybe even save honeybees, too
An odd way to encourage a more natural environment

Manitoba should think twice before banning pesticides

The unintended consequences don’t necessarily make for a healthier environment