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Conservation and Environmental Information

Chemical Reaction: The Story of a True Green Revolution

Read about or order the Paul Tukey DVD, Chemical Reaction: The Story of a True Green Revolution at http://safelawns.org/chemical-reaction

Information for Houston and Native Texas Conservation

Environmentally Friendly Gardening Booklet
Environmentally Friendly Golf
Houston Farmers Markets – Times and Locations
Mosquito Misting Systems-Dangerous for the Environment and You
Organic Service Providers for Garden and Home
Partners for Plants
Voluntary Codes of Conduct for the Gardening Public
Landscapes For Life™

Garden Club of America (GCA) Position Papers

GCA Good Gardening Practices To Protect Your Environment
GCA Supports Clean Air
GCA Supports Clean Water
GCA Supports Environmentally Responsible Transportation Legislation
GCA Supports National Public Lands
GCA Supports Our National Parks System
Voluntary Codes of Conduct for the Gardening Public
GCA Supports Preservation of Native Plants
GCA Supports Responsible Waste Reduction
GCA Supports Strategies to Address Climate Change

ROGC Conservation Reports for Forum

Conserving Water and Cutting Your Water Bill
GCA Conservation Committee Report for ROGC
GCA Conservation Meeting in Washington
Keep Pesticides Off Lawns
Mercury Dangers
New Orleans Disaster
Removing Invasives
Rescue of State Parks
Toxic Cleanup

Texas Environmental Issues and Legislative Contact Information

House Committee on Environmental Regulation
Houston City Council
Office of the Governor
United States Representatives
United States Senate
State Senators
SEED Coalition
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

Pesticide and Chemical Disposal Information

To dispose of pesticides and garden chemicals, deliver to the City of Houston’s Environmental Service Center, 11500 South Post Oak Road at South Main. The Center is open every Wednesday, noon to 6 pm, and the second Saturday of every month, 9 am to 1 pm. You must have proof of residency in Houston, i.e., your water bill. (Other household hazardous waste accepted at this site: paints, paint thinners, oils, fuels, and pool chemicals.)

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