"Organic land care practices not only benefit public health through the reduction of toxic exposures to people, but they also help create healthy soil, conserve water, protect pollinator health, and sequester carbon. We can use our parks, athletic fields and other public spaces as an opportunity to address some of our most pressing environmental problems, just by changing our approach to maintaining them. Dozens of cities all across the country are taking advantage of this solution, with stunning, and even award-winning results!"
-- Diana Carpinone
President, Non Toxic Communities