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Center for Food Safety (CFS) is a national non-profit public interest and environmental advocacy organization working to protect human health and the environment by promoting sustainable forms of agriculture. We work to empower individuals to help protect bees, monarch butterflies, and other pollinators from the threat of toxic pesticides. We give you easy actions you can take to pressure regulators, policy-makers and corporations, and provide you with tools to help bees and other pollinators right in your own community.

Want to join us in the fight to save these incredible species? Here are few ways to get involved now!

Join CFS's True Food Network to stay up to date with the campaign and get urgent action alerts with simple things you can do to make a difference.

 

Join our BEE Protective campaign and encourage your local community and schools to help pollinators thrive.

Visit our website to learn more about our work with pollinators, download our fact sheets, reports, and other resources.

 

Avoid these pesticides. Learn which common home and garden pesticides are harmful to bees. 

Download our Pollinators and Pesticides handouts and learn the facts. You can make copies and pass them out to your friends and co-workers, at your local farmer’s market, and to your gardening or beekeeping club:  

    
Native Bees & Our Food

    
Pollinators & Pesticides

    
Mythbusting Neonicotinoids

Regional Pollinator-Friendly Plant Lists

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