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“Cycling for Sustainability” education bicycle tour to be in Antioch, April 21 - Antioch Herald

PAN in the News - Apr 9, 2015

“Cycling for Sustainability” education bicycle tour to be in Antioch, April 21
Antioch Herald
... Antioch Dunes Wildlife Refuge to understand a grazing initiative using cows to control invasive species; and an evening of food, drink and conversation at a Grass Up! event at the David Brower Center featuring guest speakers from Pesticide Action ...

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Cook: Why wouldn't Mead sign hemp extract bill? - Casper Star-Tribune Online

PAN in the News - Apr 7, 2015

Casper Star-Tribune Online

Cook: Why wouldn't Mead sign hemp extract bill?
Casper Star-Tribune Online
Cotton's monster water needs and obscene pesticide footprint -- according to Pesticide Action Network, cotton uses 25 percent of the world's pesticides -- have rendered cotton production uneconomical in China. The industrial world has had a two-decade ...

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EPA Finally Moves to Restrict Bee-Killing Pesticides - Care2.com

PAN in the News - Apr 7, 2015

Care2.com

EPA Finally Moves to Restrict Bee-Killing Pesticides
Care2.com
... finally beginning to address the threat that neonics pose to the nation's bees and other pollinators, but given the threats to the nation's food and farming system, more is needed,” said Kristin Schafer, policy director at Pesticide Action Network ...

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