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Herbicides were created to kill weeds with the idea that it would benefit agriculture. Unfortunately, many of these agro-chemicals negatively impact everything else that is exposed to them. “Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has been devastating honeybee colonies across much of the country and world during the past few years. There have been many theories about the cause of this calamity. More and more the research is leaning toward insecticides as the cause. Perhaps this is not quite in the right direction to which we should be looking. Perhaps we should be looking at Round-Up, which presently is the most commonly used herbicide in the world. “ Terrence Ingram Terrance Ingram has been working to raise awareness about the devastating impact of these agro-chemicals on bees as well as other beings such as the Bald Eagle. He has been monitoring the impact and decline for many years. Terrance Ingram is a well-educated farmer who holds degrees in physics and math, with minors in history, biology and education. He has been farming for over 50 years, has been a beekeeper, apiary instructor and bee researcher for over 56 years. He was also a columnist with the prestigious American Bee Journal. Terrance has been the Executive Director and President of the Eagle Nature Foundation since its inception in 1995. He has studied bald eagles for various businesses and organizations for close to 50 years. He also received the Sol Feinstone Environmental Award amongst many others for his efforts on behalf of the Bald Eagle. Terrance also is the author of the book, “Eagle” published by Friedman Publishers. Terrance is also an expert on eagles and has edited more material about the bald eagle than anyone else. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to Terrence Ingram about his work. Stay tuned!
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