When I first moved to Central PA over 20 years ago the honey bee abounded. The little suckers were everywhere and that made sense because Lancaster County is home to the most fertile, unirrigated soil in the country. Because of its bucolic nature, people began moving here in exponential numbers, resulting in the decimation of why they came in the first place: open space, much of which is being plowed over, not for crops, but for a familiar sight on the American landscape – single-family home housing developments.
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