On March 5, the New Jersey Senate passed
, voting 32 to 7 with substantial bipartisan support. The bill, which will move to the Assembly for voting (
), seeks to ban use of neonicotinoid pesticides ("neonics") on lawns, golf courses and other non-agricultural settings in New Jersey. Its passage would give our state's pollinators and ecosystems one of the strongest protections in the nation against neonics, according to the National Resources Defense Council.
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Take Action in Your Own Yard!
Support pollinators by creating a rich and diversified habitat in your yard! Grow pesticide-free organic edibles as well as native wildflowers, trees and shrubs to provide forage for bees and attract other pollinators.