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OSU created a list of “approved” pesticides on school grounds that includes many herbicides with ingredients that are dangerous to children. Please sign on to our letter to Katie Murray, OSU State IPM Coordinator to assure that children are safe from pesticide exposure.


In parks, playgrounds and ball fields across Oregon, our children face exposure to toxic pesticides linked to childhood neurological damage, IQ loss, behavioral problems and pediatric cancers. | Please DONATE to support the work we do!

Tribal Climate Resilience in the Pacific Northwest

Native American Tribes and First Nations are most at-risk of suffering the devastating effects of climate change. Climate change is no longer a distant threat, but a dangerous force that places our native communities and resources at immediate risk. As with so many threats, indigenous peoples have been at the front lines of the devastation… Read more »