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Connecticut - Local Organizations

Connecticut Northeast Organic Farming Association
Kim Stoner (CT-NOFA)
Connecticut Ag Experimental Station
PO Box 1106
New Haven, CT 06504
Tel.: 203-974-8480
Email: kimberly.stoner@po.state.ct.us

CT Seeking Alternatives for the Environment (SAFE)
51 Bertmor Drive
Stamford, CT 06905
Telephone: (203) 329-9990

Environment and Human Health, Inc.
1191 Ridge Road
North Haven, CT 06473
Telephone: (203) 248-6582
Email: info@ehhi.org
EHHI is a nonprofit organization made up of doctors, public health professionals and policy experts dedicated to the purpose of protecting public health from environmentla harms through research, education, and the promotion of sound public policy. EHHI is a member of both the School Pesticide Reform Coalition and the Lawn Care Coalition.

Grassroots Coalition
A Connecticut Group for the Reduction/Elimination of Pesticides
Email: Eusr1@aol.com

Toxics Action Center
198 Park Rd., 2nd floor
West Hartford, CT 06119
Telephone: (860) 233-7623
Email: toxickim@hotmail.com
The Toxics Action Center, which is based in Boston but has a field office in Connecticut, helps residents and neighborhood groups work to address toxic hazards that threaten the health and safety of their community. The Center is a member of both the School Pesticide Reform Coalition and the Lawn Care Coalition.

The Watershed Partnership
Jerome A. Silbert, M.D., Executive Director
90 Sargent Drive
New Haven, CT 06511
Telephone: (203) 401-2718
Email: jsilbert@rwater.com
The Watershed Partnership works on issues relating to water, pesticides, wildlife and endangered species, and more. It is a member of the Lawn Care Coalition.


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