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Supreme Court Says Farmers May Sue in State Courts
Bush Administration Submits Brief to Supreme Court in FIFRA Preemption Case
Rachel Carson said it best... in Silent Spring
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Pesticides Program
National Coalition for Pesticide-Free Lawns
NCAP - Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
Pesticide Management Education Program at Cornell University
Terminex - Consumer Alert!
CCA Pressure Treated Wood Information Site
Mark Purdey's Organophosphate and BSE Program
Monsanto vs Schmeiser
The Rat Pack
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PAN Pesticides Database
Hazardous Substances Data Base
Freedom of Information Clearinghouse
Working Group On Community Right-To-Know
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Declare your yard a pesticide free zone
By posting the colorful Pesticide Free Zone sign in your lawn or garden, you can tell your neighborhood that you don't use pesticides and you're proud of it.
Do you think pesticides are safe?
Largest City in U.S. Adopts Plan to Curtail Use of Pesticides
Excellent articles and links:
Sprayed Away: Did calling in an exterminator put health and home at risk?
Dow Subsidiary to Pay $2 Million For Making False Safety Claims in Pesticide Ads
The Killing Fields
Eyeless children win $7 Million against DuPont for pesticide Benlate
Clouds of Doubt: Questions about enforcement of pesticide laws
Salmon Hazards - Ruling on pesticide use
Deformed Frogs Form when Parasites and Pesticides Combine
Much of this effort to roll back standards is being driven by the pesticide and chlorine industries - some of the largest polluters of our nation's drinking water.
Tough to Swallow How Pesticide Companies Profit from Poisoning America's Tap Water
Wells and Pesticide Survey A Survey of Private Drinking Water Wells For Lawn and Tree Care Pesticides in a Connecticut Town
Save the Clean Water Act Take Action to Keep Our Water Clean
Family doctors strongly recommended Canadians reduce their exposure to pesticides based on a 12-year review showing consistent links between pesticides and serious illnesses.
Study by the Ontario College of Family Physicians
Sierra Club of Canada - Pesticide Reduction
Pesticide Free Ontario
Quebec adopts the highest standards in North America to decrease exposure to pesticides
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Government and Medical Science Finally Recognize Crippling Effects of MCS
When Agriculture and Public Health Collide
Collected Papers of William Sanjour Or click here for new site.
Sentinel at the EPA: An Interview with William Sanjour
The Art of Anonymous Activism Serving the Public While Surviving Public Service
Whistle Blower Report Area Report illegal or questionable uses of chemicals, including suspicious health effects observed after chemical exposure.
Environmental Liability (Sierra Activist)
Most local governments are familiar with the term liability, but fewer are familiar with the concept of environmental liability. Environmental liability is a legal obligation to make a future expenditure due to past or ongoing manufacture, release, or threatened release of a particular substance or other activities that adversely affects the environment and public health. Parties held liable for environmental violations can face fines, criminal penalties, and litigation. Local governments are as susceptible to environmental liability as any other party, thus they should at least have a general understanding of the liabilities they face. READ MORE
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