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Opposition agrees to more time for DNR pines-to-potatoes study - DL-Online

Jan 14, 2016

DL-Online

Opposition agrees to more time for DNR pines-to-potatoes study
DL-Online
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. The extension creates time for the DNR ...

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ASA supports continued registration for chlorpyrifos - High Plains Journal

Jan 13, 2016

ASA supports continued registration for chlorpyrifos
High Plains Journal
The petition was originally filed by the Natural Resources Defense Council and Pesticide Action Network North America. They questioned the EPA's new methodologies for evaluating the pesticide that went into the reregistration process and particularly ...

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Environmental groups, DNR and R.D. Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to ... - Perham Focus

Jan 13, 2016

Environmental groups, DNR and R.D. Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to ...
Perham Focus
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. The extension creates time for the DNR ...

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Additional Speakers Confirmed for Food Justice Summit - Maui Now

Jan 13, 2016

Maui Now

Additional Speakers Confirmed for Food Justice Summit
Maui Now
In addition to its five international speakers, local experts in global food justice, environment, human rights, GMOs and pesticide issues will also participate in Hawai'i Alliance for Progressive Action and Pesticide Action Network North America's ...

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The Company Behind Neonics Admits It Harms Bees—but Only Sometimes - TakePart

Jan 13, 2016

TakePart

The Company Behind Neonics Admits It Harms Bees—but Only Sometimes
TakePart
Paul Towers of the ag chemical Pesticide Action Network, which advocates for stronger pesticide controls and chemical alternatives, said the company is continuing to downplay the role of neonics in pollinator declines, even with its endorsement of the ...

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Business briefing: State saw record corn, soybean harvests - TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press

Jan 13, 2016

Business briefing: State saw record corn, soybean harvests
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. The extension makes time for the DNR, the ...

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The Company Behind Neonics Admits They Harm Bees—But Only Sometimes - TakePart

Jan 13, 2016

TakePart

The Company Behind Neonics Admits They Harm Bees—But Only Sometimes
TakePart
Paul Towers of the ag chemical Pesticide Action Network, which advocates from stronger pesticide controls and chemical alternatives, said the company is continuing to downplay the role of neonics in pollinator declines, even with its endorsement of the ...

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Conflict over pines-to-potatoes project in northern Minnesota continues - Grand Forks Herald

Jan 12, 2016

Grand Forks Herald

Conflict over pines-to-potatoes project in northern Minnesota continues
Grand Forks Herald
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. The extension creates time for the DNR ...

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Hibbing hopes new airport terminal attracts more travelers - MinnPost

Jan 12, 2016

Hibbing hopes new airport terminal attracts more travelers
MinnPost
Archie Ingersoll of the Bemidji Pioneer writes that the Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters are willing to work with the DNR and developer R.D. Offutt Co., of Fargo on a study that would examine the impact of RDO's plan ...

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Environmental groups, Minnesota DNR and RD Offutt to seek agreement on pines ... - AG Week

Jan 12, 2016

AG Week

Environmental groups, Minnesota DNR and RD Offutt to seek agreement on pines ...
AG Week
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. Advertisement. The extension creates time ...
Environmental groups, DNR and RD Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to-potatoes ...WDAY
Toxic Taters grants extension to RDO on petitionBrainerd Daily Dispatch

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Bayer revises position to propose extra protections for bees from pesticides - The Guardian

Jan 12, 2016

The Guardian

Bayer revises position to propose extra protections for bees from pesticides
The Guardian
“The report fails to illuminate the risks from a variety of areas, it ignores some the greatest uses of neonicotinoids,” said Paul Towers, spokesman for the Pesticide Action Network. “It only provides a piecemeal view of the threat, given that whole ...

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ASA: chlorpyrifos-based pesticides remain important tool - FeedNavigator.com

Jan 12, 2016

FeedNavigator.com

ASA: chlorpyrifos-based pesticides remain important tool
FeedNavigator.com
The petition, filed by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Pesticide Action Network North America, questioned the methods used to evaluate the safety of the pesticide, added ASA officials. “Based upon EPA's analysis of December 2014, while ...
ASA supports continued registration for chlorpyrifosHigh Plains Journal

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Pesticide Action Network to begin - Thegardenisland.com

Jan 12, 2016

Pesticide Action Network to begin
Thegardenisland.com
LIHUE — Speakers in global food justice, environment, human rights, GMOs and pesticide issues from Africa, Asia, Central America, Europe and Hawaii will participate at Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action and Pesticide Action Network North America's ...

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Environmental groups, DNR and RD Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to-potatoes ... - WDAY

Jan 11, 2016

WDAY

Environmental groups, DNR and RD Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to-potatoes ...
WDAY
"As the study is currently designed, there is no opportunity for public input, and the scope is much too narrow to account for impacts like pesticide drift and pollinator decline," Lex Horan of Pesticide Action Network said in a statement. RDO's ...

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ASA supports continued registration for chlorpyrifos - High Plains Journal

Jan 11, 2016

ASA supports continued registration for chlorpyrifos
High Plains Journal
The petition was originally filed by the Natural Resources Defense Council and Pesticide Action Network North America. They questioned the EPA's new methodologies for evaluating the pesticide that went into the reregistration process and particularly ...

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Environmental groups, DNR and R.D. Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to ... - INFORUM

Jan 11, 2016

INFORUM

Environmental groups, DNR and R.D. Offutt to seek agreement on pines-to ...
INFORUM
The Land Stewardship Project, Pesticide Action Network and Toxic Taters said in a news release Monday that they've given the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 30 more days to respond to their petition. The extension creates time for the DNR ...
Toxic Taters grants extension to RDO on petitionBrainerd Daily Dispatch

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Big Island International Food Justice Summit Slated - Big Island Now

Jan 11, 2016

Big Island Now

Big Island International Food Justice Summit Slated
Big Island Now
Hawai'i Alliance for Progressive Action, along with Pesticide Action Network North America, will host “Challenging Global Impacts of the Agrochemical Industry: 2016 Food Justice Summit” between Jan. 15 and Jan. 20, with a Big Island Specific summit on Jan.
Additional Speakers Confirmed for Food Justice SummitMaui Now
Food justice summit Saturday at MACCMaui News

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Toxic Taters grants extension to RDO on petition - Brainerd Daily Dispatch

Jan 11, 2016

Toxic Taters grants extension to RDO on petition
Brainerd Daily Dispatch
CALLAWAY—Activist group Toxic Taters together with the Land Stewardship Project and Pesticide Action Network on Monday granted an extension to Minnesota Department of Natural Resources on the environmentalists' petition for an environmental ...

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Additional Speakers Confirmed for Food Justice Summit - Maui Now

Jan 11, 2016

Maui Now

Additional Speakers Confirmed for Food Justice Summit
Maui Now
In addition to its five international speakers, local experts in global food justice, environment, human rights, GMOs and pesticide issues will also participate in Hawai'i Alliance for Progressive Action and Pesticide Action Network North America's ...
Food justice summit Saturday at MACCMaui News

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Food justice summit Saturday at MACC - Maui News

Jan 11, 2016

Food justice summit Saturday at MACC
Maui News
The event is being organized by Hawai'i Alliance for Progressive Action and Pesticide Action Network North America. The first 20 people to sign in will receive free HAPA T-shirts. For more information, call (808) 212-9616, ext. 0 or visit www.hapahi.org.

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