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Pesticides in Sediment Contribute to Secondary Source of Chemical Pollution in Aquatic Environments
October 4, 2022
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It Is the Season to Transition Lawns and Landscapes to Organic for Municipalities, Schools, and Homes
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EPA’s Failure to Ban Glyphosate Keeps Burden of Protection with Consumers and Local and State Governments
September 30, 2022

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Two Actions for Fall: Prime Your Lawns and Landscapes and...
Tell Your Local Leaders to Transition Your Public Parks and Lands to Organic Management Practices!
Last Chance This Fall to Tell the NOSB To Uphold Organic Integrity
Submit comments to the National Organic Standards Board by 11:59 pm EDT September 29.
Kids Must Be Safe from Toxic Pesticides at School!
Tell your Governor to ensure that children, teachers, and staff in all schools throughout your state are protected from toxic chemicals. If you are a DC resident, tell Mayor Bowser.
Organic Must Lead the Way!
Submit written comments for the October National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) meeting through Regulations.gov by 11:59 pm EDT September 29.

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