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Read Larry's article here.
JBL wrote on February 23, 2009, 04:20PM:
Modern Man conquers nature.
Do we really want to be part of the demise of bees and bats in our life time?
Bees and bats have been around before we came onto the scene but it has taken only a few years of "modern technology" from the hands of scientists to start the process of vanquishing these much needed species.
That is fantastic….way to go and make a positive difference in this wonderful world we live in. Mother Nature and the Animal Kingdom are also grateful. May you continue to speak your noble harmonious mind. Thank You."
(Cheryl is an activist for an ethical and sustainable livestock industry in Manitoba.)
Great article! Thanks for all the work you put into researching and writing. The world needs to know this information."
(Kate Storey - organic farmer & candidate - Green Party of Canada - Grandview, MB)
"Congrats Larry! I am glad that you are getting this distributed. It needs to be disseminated."
(James Beddome - Leader, the Green Party of Manitoba)
Congratulations and continued success!"
(Joe Leschyshn - anti factory-farm activist in Manitoba, CA)
"Way to go Larry!"
(Glen Koroluk - water activist, Winnipeg.)
(Please click on the "Honeybees" label down and to the right to read more on the subject.)