Stamford Passes Ordinance Banning Pesticides

Beyond Pesticides

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In September 2021, Stamford, CT became the latest city to pass an organic community ordinance restricting toxic pesticide use on public spaces in favor of safer, natural land care practices. The ordinance, championed by Nina Sherwood of the Stamford Board of Representatives with strong support from then Stamford Mayor David Martin is an outgrowth of years of research and coordination within city government.


Read the full media release issued by Beyond Pesticides, a national advocacy, policy and science organization.