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This Valentine’s week, over 5,000 people coast-to-coast are swarming Ace Hardware and Home Depot stores to support the bees that pollinate flowers, strawberries and many other Valentine’s Day essentials. Friends of the Earth and allies are delivering valentines asking these retailers to “show bees some love” by committing to take pesticides shown to harm and kill bees ...

This Valentine’s week, over 5,000 people coast-to-coast are swarming Ace Hardware and Home Depot stores to support the bees that pollinate flowers, strawberries and many other Valentine’s Day essentials. Friends of the Earth and allies are delivering valentines asking these retailers to “show bees some love” by committing to take pesticides shown to harm and kill bees ...

DIY: We have outdated hardware all throughout our home since our house was built in the mid 90's. We are on a budget, so a handy friend of mine told me to spray paint everything. The guy at Home Depot recommended this spray paint, and to use steel wool on the metal to help with saturation. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up with wear and tear, but for now I'm impressed!

DIY: We have outdated hardware all throughout our home since our house was built in the mid 90's. We are on a budget, so a handy friend of mine told me to spray paint everything. The guy at Home Depot recommended this spray paint, and to use steel wool on the metal to help with saturation. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up with wear and tear, but for now I'm impressed!

Coalition presses for all retailers to make commitment to protect bees WASHINGTON - Home Depot (NYSE: HD), the world’s largest home-improvement chain, has announced that it has removed neonicotinoid pesticides, a leading driver of global bee declines, from 80 percent of its flowering plants and that it will complete its phase-out in plants by 2018. This announcement follows an ongoing campaign and letter by Friends of the Earth and allies urging Home Depot to stop selling plants treated…

Coalition presses for all retailers to make commitment to protect bees WASHINGTON - Home Depot (NYSE: HD), the world’s largest home-improvement chain, has announced that it has removed neonicotinoid pesticides, a leading driver of global bee declines, from 80 percent of its flowering plants and that it will complete its phase-out in plants by 2018. This announcement follows an ongoing campaign and letter by Friends of the Earth and allies urging Home Depot to stop selling plants treated…

This post was sponsored by The Home Depot. Hi friends! We are SUPER excited about this cute little project we whipped up in collaboration with one of our favorite stores… EVER, The Home Depot. Every month on the third Thursday of the month, The Home Depot provides a FREE in-store workshop for women to create something awesome! Usually it is a basic/beginner building project that you can make with materials from The Home Depot! The Home Depot wants to inspire women to be do-it-yourselfers and…

This post was sponsored by The Home Depot. Hi friends! We are SUPER excited about this cute little project we whipped up in collaboration with one of our favorite stores… EVER, The Home Depot. Every month on the third Thursday of the month, The Home Depot provides a FREE in-store workshop for women to create something awesome! Usually it is a basic/beginner building project that you can make with materials from The Home Depot! The Home Depot wants to inspire women to be do-it-yourselfers and…

The OCA, along with Friends of the Earth U.S., SumOfUs and other protectors of the environment have called on Home Depot and Lowe's to stop selling plants coated in #neonicotinoids. #Neonics, as they’re not-so-affectionately called, are a class of pesticides considered largely responsible for killing off the honeybee. But we need your help! Sign the petition and forward it to a friend!

The OCA, along with Friends of the Earth U.S., SumOfUs and other protectors of the environment have called on Home Depot and Lowe's to stop selling plants coated in #neonicotinoids. #Neonics, as they’re not-so-affectionately called, are a class of pesticides considered largely responsible for killing off the honeybee. But we need your help! Sign the petition and forward it to a friend!

Gogo Tomago is the yellow speedster of the Big hero 6 team. She's spunky, likes to take charge, and is an overall B. A. After watching the movie Big Hero 6, my friend suggested that we have costumes created for the recent Chicago comic and entertainment expo. How could i deny such a request! well, let's get started!Materials-EVA foam-Hot glue-super glue-large washers (home depot)-circular magnetics (home depot)-thigh high boots-yellow craft foam-gesso-plastidip-acrylic paint-cardboard...

Gogo Tomago is the yellow speedster of the Big hero 6 team. She's spunky, likes to take charge, and is an overall B. A. After watching the movie Big Hero 6, my friend suggested that we have costumes created for the recent Chicago comic and entertainment expo. How could i deny such a request! well, let's get started!Materials-EVA foam-Hot glue-super glue-large washers (home depot)-circular magnetics (home depot)-thigh high boots-yellow craft foam-gesso-plastidip-acrylic paint-cardboard...

If you haven’t heard, Friends of the Earth is swarming (ahem) Home Depot and Lowes with cards around Valentines Day, asking these retailers to “show the bees some love” and stop selling bee-killing pesticides (neonicotinoids) and garden plants which have been pre-poisoned with such pesticides.

If you haven’t heard, Friends of the Earth is swarming (ahem) Home Depot and Lowes with cards around Valentines Day, asking these retailers to “show the bees some love” and stop selling bee-killing pesticides (neonicotinoids) and garden plants which have been pre-poisoned with such pesticides.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Home Depot (NYSE: HD), the world’s largest home-improvement chain, has announced that it has removed neonicotinoid pesticides, a leading driver of global bee declines, from 80 percent of its flowering plants and that it will complete its phase-out in plants by 2018. This announcement follows an ongoing campaign and letter by Friends of the Earth and allies urging Home Depot to stop selling plants treated with neonicotinoids and remove neonic pesticides from store shelves.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Home Depot (NYSE: HD), the world’s largest home-improvement chain, has announced that it has removed neonicotinoid pesticides, a leading driver of global bee declines, from 80 percent of its flowering plants and that it will complete its phase-out in plants by 2018. This announcement follows an ongoing campaign and letter by Friends of the Earth and allies urging Home Depot to stop selling plants treated with neonicotinoids and remove neonic pesticides from store shelves.

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