Soroptimist Park in Whitefish features new playground equipment and pesticide-free space for family fun. [Photo by Matt Baldwin at Whitefish Pilot http://www.flatheadnewsgroup.com/whitefishpilot/article_f8fce3fc-f473-11e2-8da2-001a4bcf887a.html] For more info on pesticide-free parks near you, visit http://www.pesticide.org/Our%20Work/pesticide-free-parks
Ten Steps to Pesticide-free Parks: A Free Guide from The Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides http://www.pesticide.org/get-the-facts/ncap-publications-and-reports/pesticide-free-parks/pfp-toolkit-low-res.pdf
Find out why it's so important to make our parks and public spaces pesticide-free... for our kids, pets, wildlife, and our own personal health. Free report: http://www.pesticide.org/get-the-facts/ncap-publications-and-reports/pesticide-free-parks/pfptime.pdf
Beall City Park in Bozeman is a 2.2-acre pesticide-free park that offers an ice rink, grill and picnic tables, and an Art Center. For information on more pesticide-free parks in your area, visit http://www.pesticide.org/Our%20Work/pesticide-free-parks
Pioneer Park in the Mount Helena village is pesticide-free, making it a nice spot for families. It is home to the Jane Brook headwaters and the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail. For more info on pesticide-free parks in your area, visit http://www.pesticide.org/Our%20Work/pesticide-free-parks
Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops on Pesticide Use in the United States: The First Thirteen Years~ by Charles Benbrook~ This report from the Organic Center links genetically modified crops to an increase in the use of toxic pesticides.