After Wilsonville, Hillsboro bee deaths, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District looks to create pollinator haven
from The Oregonian
June was a bad month for Oregon bees. First, an estimated 50,000 bees died in that parking lot after trees were sprayed with Safari, an insecticide used to control aphids. Then, just days later, hundreds of bees were found dead under a linden tree in downtown Hillsboro. The tree also had been treated with Safari, though the Oregon Department of Agriculture has not yet confirmed the cause of the Hillsboro bee deaths.
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