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3 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Lawn Company

Finding a good organic lawn care company can be tough. Many companies offer organic programs – or even have the word organic in their name – but when you investigate further, you find they are anything but! What should we … Continue reading

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Dover School District Disappoints Us Once Again

The city of Dover is doing an amazing job getting everything in place to implement our organic policy this year.  They are working with Chip Osborne and the non profit group Beyond Pesticides who are helping them with a free … Continue reading

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Dover’s 2018 Organic Failure – Let’s Never Allow this to Happen Again

In February 2018 Dover unanimously passed a resolution called Commitment to Organic Land Management Practices. Sadly, this “commitment” was short-lived. Just a couple months later when it came time to choose a bid proposal, the city allowed submission of conventional … Continue reading

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The Dover School District’s Empty Promises

About a year ago, we began speaking with our new superintendent Dr. William Harbron about the treatments used on the seven athletic fields that the school district is responsible for maintaining. These sites are under the supervision of the school … Continue reading

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2018 Curbside Weed Control

Despite the unanimous vote  by the Dover city council for a Commitment to Organic Land Management Practices this February the vendor will be spraying glyphosate based herbicide along the curb lines of our downtown area streets, sidewalks and parking areas … Continue reading

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Organic Policy Needs Work on the Seacoast

This is a joint Op Ed written with Non Toxic Portsmouth, published by Foster’s Daily Democrat on April 11th offering our assistance to the cities of Dover and Portsmouth with their organic land management programs.  Since last September, both the … Continue reading

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Organic Yard Signs

Is your yard an organic oasis? A haven for pollinators and wildlife? Safe for kids, pets and bare feet? Show your organic pride, and create awareness in your neighborhood with a butterfly yard sign. Thanks to a seed grant from New England … Continue reading

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