Category Archives: Agriculture

“LIKE FRUIT? SAVE A BEE” New PSA for Friends of The Earth “Bee Action”

Here we go, folks, the second in a series of three new spots for Friends of the Earth’s international “Bee Action” campaign. The campaign’s goal is end harmful pesticide use and the distribution of plants propagated with those pesticides for home and garden. Already previewed this on Facebook, but this is the spot’s coming out here on Some Day, All This.  Please spread the word, and take action. Produced and Directed by me, shot and edited by Will Morrison, sound design by Unbridled Sound.

The Amazing Monarch: A Movie

Shot mostly in our backyard, here’s a little movie about the amazing Monarch Butterfly, why you should care, and what you can do save it from extinction.

Two Killer Tweets From Thomas Rainer That Could Change The World For Better

Agriculture, Pesticide Choices, and Path Dependency

Plan Bee: New Measures to Protect Pollinators in Europe

Honeybees and other pollinating insects have been in decline for decades.  Image: BBC News.
Honeybees and other pollinating insects have been in decline for decades. Image: BBC News.

Spend 15 minutes researching global pollinator decline and the ensuing economic impact, and I think you’ll agree the Red States and Blue States are all facing a staggering economic tsunami if we don’t take a tip from the UK, fast. So, dig: Inspiring move by the British government in the BBC News today. Thanks, in no small part to the efforts of the good people at Friends of The Earth and an organization called BUGLIFE, the UK has passed a $900 million dollar, 10 year strategy to increase pollinator habitat in the UK. Interestingly, Europe is way ahead of the US on this issue, and is taking big strides to help, that’s right, bugs, knowing that pollinators are responsible for $207 billion in agriculture, world-wide, annually. That’s something our Republican majority, those protectors of the heartland, should see as a real throwdown. Let’s get ‘er done, boys and girls!

Read about it here:

Plan Bee: New Measures to Protect Pollinators