Frequent Questions

Where can I learn about what EPA is doing to protect pollinators from the effects of pesticides?

EPA recognizes the importance of pollinators – including bees, ants, beetles, wasps, lizards, birds, bats, and butterflies – for agricultural and ecosystem health. EPA and its partners are working to protect bees and other pollinators from pesticide risks.

For more general information about Colony Collapse Disorder and other factors affecting pollinator health, please visit EPA’s Pollinator Health Concerns Web site:

For information about what EPA is doing to protect pollinators, including information about pesticide Risk Assessment and Risk Management  

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