Donate now to support Midwest Pesticide Action Center! Your contribution helps us to:
- Minimize pesticide use in schools, childcares, yards, and parks;
- Decrease runoff of/exposure to toxic lawn and garden chemicals;
- Reduce pesticide exposure and pest problems in low-income communities;
- Inform people about pesticide risks and the availability of safer alternatives;
- Advance policies that provide greater protections against pesticide exposure.
Continue reading for: Sponsor an Event or Workshop, Host a Fundraising Event, Buy a Pesticide-Free Zone Sign, Buy a Copy of “The Organic Lawn Care Mannual: A Natural, Low-Maintenace System for a Beautiful, Safe Lawn”
Earn money for Midwest Pesticide Action Center by simply shopping online.
Try the iGive Button – a tiny addition to your browser that automatically tells stores you want your shopping to support us. Giving is easy, free, and automatic with over 1,300 retailers.
Sponsor an Event or Workshop. For more information about recognition opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (773) 878-7378.
Host a Fundraising Event. Hosting a fundraiser for Midwest Pesticide Action Center is a great excuse to get your friends and colleagues together! Whether it’s a house party, happy hour, documentary film screening, yard sale, or yoga class, Midwest Pesticide Action Center can help you host a successful event. Contact email@example.com to learn more!
Buy a Pesticide-Free Zone sign for $12 and display it in your yard.
Be a model for your community and show your neighbors that pesticide-free lawns and gardens are important for the health of children, families, pets, the environment and the community. At eight inches (8″) in diameter, these aluminum enameled signs will not rust and will retain their bright colors for years!
Buy a copy of “The Organic Lawn Care Manual: A Natural, Low-Maintenance System for a Beautiful, Safe Lawn”
by Paul Tukey for $15. In this easy-to-read and visually appealing manual, Tukey explains how to evaluate lawn-care needs, how grass grows, how to create healthy soil, and how to select grass that is drought tolerant and disease resistant.
There are chapters on starting a lawn from scratch or refurbishing an existing lawn, making the transition from synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, watering, weeding, dealing with pests and diseases, and mowing and maintenance.
Purchase a sign or book (or both for $25!) by calling (773) 878-7378.