On Valentine’€™s Day, tens of thousands of moms, dads, kids, activists and consumers of all ages delivered ‘€œGive Bees Some Love’€ cards to the managers of Home Depot and Lowe’€™s stores all across the country.

The message? Stop selling pesticides containing neonicotinoids (neonics), and plants and seeds pre-treated with bee-killing neonics.

Since then, Home Depot has taken steps to prevent the sale of bee-killing plants and pesticides. BJ’€™s Wholesale Club, a store with over 200 stores in 15 states, has eliminated neonics from its stores. More than a dozen retailers across the country have acknowledged that neonics are a problem, and they’€™re doing their part to address it.

But Lowe’€™s? Nothing. Yet.

Friends of the Earth, along with other groups (including OCA), think it’€™s time to darken the doors at Lowe’€™s stores around the country, and let them know that we’€™re not letting up, until they listen up.

Please sign up to deliver a Halloween card to a Lowe’€™s store near you. We’€™ll send you a Halloween card and a step-by-step guide to participate in our Halloween ‘€œGive bees treats, not tricks,’€ campaign.

TAKE ACTION: Sign up to deliver a Halloween card asking Lowe’s to give bees treats, not tricks, and stop selling bee-killing pesticides.

TAKE ACTION: Tell Robert Niblock, CEO of Lowe’€™s: Stop Selling Bee-Killing Plants and Pesticides!