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    Bee research tainted by corporate funding, MPs say
    By Damian Carrington - Criticial future research on the plight of bees risks being tainted by corporate funding, according to a report from MPs published on Monday. Pollinators play a vital role in fertilising three-quarters of all food crops but have declined due to loss of habitat, disease and pesticide use. New scientific research forms a key part of the government’s plan to boost pollinators but will be funded by pesticide manufacturers.
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    Songbirds dying from DDT in Michigan yards; Superfund site blamed
    By Brian Bienkowski - St. Louis, Michigan: Jim Hall was mowing the town’s baseball diamond when he felt a little bump underneath him. “And there it was, a dead robin,” he said. Just last week, he found another one. “Something is going on here,” said Hall, who has lived in this mid-Michigan town of 7,000 for 50 years. Two dead birds may not seem like much. But for this town, it’s a worrisome legacy left behind by a chemical plant-turned-Superfund site.
    7/28/2014 12:00:00 AM

    More farmers markets accepting SNAP this season
    By Sarah Walker Caron - On Sundays, the farmers market in Bangor bustles with customers. The Sunday market in Bangor is one of 37 markets across Maine accepting SNAP benefits this summer, up from 29 markets in 2013 – the first year the benefits could be used at farmers markets.
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