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Coalition Lawn and Landscape Guidance

Pest and Disease Specific Guidance

Coalition Pesticide Information

Coalition Policy and Campaign Information

How to Find Safer Products

How to Find a Commercial Service Provider

  • Safety Source - A national database of indoor (structural) and outdoor (lawn/landscape) pest providers who have disclosed the types of non-toxic and toxic methods and materials they use. (Beyond Pesticides)
  • NOFA Organic - Professional landscapers in six Northeastern states who have been accredited by NOFA and have taken a pledge to provide organic methods based on the NOFA organic land care standards to clients who ask for an organic program.

Find Your Local Group (Coalition Steering Member)

Marin Beyond Pesticides Coalition, Pesticide Free Zone Campaign (California)

Pesticide Action Network North America (California)

Environment & Human Health, Inc. (Connecticut)

Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut (CT-NOFA) (Connecticut)

The Watershed Partnership (Connecticut)

Beyond Pesticides(D.C.)

Defenders of Wildlife (D.C.)

Facts about Alternatives to Chemical Trespassing, Inc. (FACT) (Florida)

Safer Pest Control Project (Illinois)

Project LadyBug (Maryland)

GreenCAPE (Massachusetts)

Toxics Action Center (Massachusetts)

Michigan Environmental Council (Michigan)

New Jersey Environmental Federation (New Jersey)

Beyond Pesticides in Ulster County (New York)

Citizens Campaign for the Environment (New York)

Grassroots Environmental Education (New York)

HELP New Paltz: HEalthy Lawns Project (New York)

Agricultural Resources Center (North Carolina)

Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP) (Oregon)

Salem Citizens for Alternatives to Pesticides/SCAP (Oregon)

Toxics Information Project(Rhode Island)

Texans for Alternatives to Pesticides (Texas)

Washington Toxics Coalition (Washington)

Greater Madison Healthy Lawn Team (Wisconsin)

Healthy Communities Project (Wisconsin)