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Pesticide Information and Safer Alternatives
National organization promoting pesticide alternatives, information and advocacy.
Pesticide Action Network North America
Advancing alternatives to pesticides.
National Pesticide Information Center
The Rachel Carson Council
Promotes alternative, environmentally benign pest management strategies to encourage healthier, sustainable living. Clearinghouse and library with information and education at both scientific and layperson levels on pesticide-related issues.
ExtoxNet: The Extension Toxicology Network
If you have questions about toxicants in the environment and how they affect you, this is the place to be! Designed to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about exposure to toxicants in our environment.
Texans for Alternatives to Pesticides
By educating the public and public officials about the harmful effects of pesticides and about safer alternatives, TAP seeks to promote its mission to reduce the use of toxic pesticides in schools, homes, and public places.
The Texas Pesticide Information Network
Formed in 1998 to promote better public understanding of how pesticides are used in Texas and of how pesticide use affects human health and the environment.
The Dirt Doctor
Natural organic gardening and living. Texas expert, author, and speaker Howard Garrett on holistic and nontoxic landscape and agricultural health. Specializes in trees, plants, and bugs.
The Best Control
Non-toxic approach to pest management. Free online book The Bug Stops Here.
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