Campaign for a Non Toxic San Diego

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We are asking the City of San Diego leaders to make our health, as well as the health of our children and pets, their priority over weed control. It should be a basic human right for our children to be protected in the parks and playgrounds where they play, especially since the current exposure is happening for purely cosmetic reasons (weed control).
We are asking the City of San Diego adapt an Integrative Pest Management (IPM) similar to Irvine California’s IPM which places organic methods as a priority and discontinues the use of herbicides and toxic chemicals in our city. For information on Irvine's IPM visit Non Toxic Neighborhoods http://www.nontoxicirvine.org
We are asking the City of San Diego to require the contractor(s) at city parks to abide by the law as provided by the federal government and not permit the public in the areas when they are being sprayed with glyphosate or any herbicide product until a Non Toxic San Diego IPM is in place.
We are asking the City of San Diego to require that contractor(s) at city parks provide an “Intent of Use” sign to be posted 3 days prior to spraying pesticides to provide the community the choice of avoiding the area, or not, until a Non Toxic San Diego IPM is in place. 

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