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Reclaiming the future of food and farming
  • 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

  • Mexican corn
    Industry attacks Mexico's glyphosate ban

    Pressure on Mexico to reverse its intended ban on glyphosate and phaseout of genetically engineered (GE) corn has been coming from its neighbor to the north… us. Learn more

  • U.S. Capitol
    Dear Administrator Regan & Secretary Vilsack...

    Two days after Michael Regan was confirmed as the new EPA Admin, PAN delivered 22,863 signatures urging him to quickly remove the most dangerous pesticides. 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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