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Stop Spraying Toxic Chemicals At The University of Delaware
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Stop Spraying Toxic Chemicals At The University of Delaware

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      Green The Green University of Delaware

The current pesticides sprayed on the Green are affecting the health of those who come in contact with the grass.  The pesticides used contribute to non point source pollution as well as affect wildlife.  There is a call for UD to provide information on what exactly is sprayed, the health effects it may have, and how long such chemicals persist.  In addition, we encourage the transition from these dangerous toxins to organic landscaping.

 

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    • Gloria Purcell BELMONT, CA
      • 3 months ago

      Chemicals are killing and crippling us all, especially young people. Please go organic.

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    • Daniel Marquez VALENCIA, CA
      • 4 months ago

      I rather live with insects and happy birds than on a toxic lawn void of birds and bees.

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    • Chris Vodopia SOUTH DAYTONA, FL
      • 4 months ago

      These are young students who are trying to better themselves and we are spraying toxic chemicals in their lungs

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    • Betty Fischer FARGO, ND
      • 6 months ago

      It's as bad as spraying chemtrails from the sky which is just as toxic and it change's our weather pattern.

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    • Leanne Kersey KNOXVILLE, TN
      • 6 months ago

      I am an alumna, and I don't want to see our campus sprayed with poisons!

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