Colorado considers pesticides for use on cannabis plants

The Colorado Department of Agriculture is holding two hearings on January 14th pertaining to pesticide regulation on cannabis plants (hemp and marijuana.) Rich Andrews, an organic farmer in Boulder, who has been active on state wide pesticide issues as part […]

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Pollinator Month in Boulder

“It doesn’t do us one ounce of good to plant flowers and then poison them when our friends the pollinators arrive there.” The City of Boulder has designated the month of September to be pollinator month. Beth Conrey, the president […]

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Efforts to Ban Roundup and Glyphosate in Boulder County

“80% of all the GMOs in the world are to be sprayed with Roundup herbicide.” Jeffrey Smith with the Institute for Responsible Technology, and author of Seeds of Deception, says glyphosate herbicides and in particular Roundup, are toxic to humans and […]

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Bee Safe city-wide resolution for Boulder

“We got a resolution that is probably the most rigorous, most robust and most replicable to date.” David Wheeler with Bee Safe Boulder says that Boulder’s recent adoption of the Bee Safe resolution will inspire other cities around the country […]

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Growing Gardens: Beesafe

The Beesafe movement in Boulder is growing and growing. In addition to several neighborhoods that are certified as being Bee Safe, there is now more choice for gardeners as to where to buy plants that are certified Bee safe. And now […]

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Beesafe Neighborhoods in Boulder

The Melody-Catalpa Bee Safe Neighborhood was designated earlier this year as the state’s first “bee-safe” neighborhood. That means that at least 200 of its households have pledged to avoid use of systemic pesticides believed harmful to honeybee colonies. Molly Greacen […]

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