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Reclaiming the future of food and farming
  • Soil farm
    New study: Pesticides harm organisms critical to soil health

    A new study adds to the growing evidence linking pesticides to harmful effects on organisms that are critically important to soil health. Learn more

  • Mexico flag farm corn
    Stand firm on that glyphosate ban, Mexico!

    Pressure builds for the U.S. to support Mexico's ban of glyphosate — not Bayer and the pesticide industry. Learn more

  • Kid with fruit
    Aldicarb’s return puts children and farm workers at risk

    After a rushed processs, Aldicarb, a dangerous pesticide that has seen minimal use in the United States over the past decade, was re-approved for use on citrus crops. Learn more

  • Family on farm
    Guest blog: Dealing with drift

    Minnesota activist Bonnie Wirtz shares her personal story detailing the physical and emotional toll of pesticide drift. Learn more

  • Treated seeds
    The dangers of treated seeds, realized

    Pesticide-treated seeds account for the most common application of neonicotinoid (neonic) pesticides, the fastest-growing class of insecticides worldwide. Learn more

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Last week, PAN delivered a letter on behalf of 80 organizations to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)...

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A new study adds to the growing evidence linking pesticides to harmful effects on organisms that are critically...

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PAN is so excited to share that a newly updated, more intuitive, and easier-to-use pesticide information database is...

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Aldicarb, a pesticide that has seen minimal use in the United States over the past decade, was re-approved for use...

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