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I Hear You, Buddy

The community garden buzzes with bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, yet when I sit on a bench to take a break from spreading wood chips around my friend's bed, I notice this dead bee. I had already been shocked to find that the brush in the woods right next to the garden appears to have been killed with chemicals. I had already discovered that synthetic fertilizers are now being used to
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