SAVE THE FROGS! Joins Fight Against Methyl Iodide

Known to the state of California to cause cancer and/or reproductive defects, Methyl Iodide is a harmful pesticide currently approved for use on strawberries. In Santa Cruz County, these strawberry fields surround the last remaining habitat of the Santa Cruz Long-Toed Salamander, one of the world’s most endangered salamanders. Read SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger’s letter to the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors asking them to ban methyl iodide.

Pollution - by Nancy Cesar

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2 Comments on “SAVE THE FROGS! Joins Fight Against Methyl Iodide”

  1. Rebecca Pavitt Says:

    Oh for heavens sake no one wants poison strawberries! Not to mention the frogs etc. which everyone would want if they thought about it. Honestly, the future of produce is in organic products, from all reports it is not any more expensive to farm organically!.

  2. kelly Says:

    Thanks – spreading your message!


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