Pesticide Free Zone

Working to change the way people view the use of pesticides.


View this video about Bed Bugs: Prevention & Removal





Mill Valley, CA

Learn more about glyphosate and what it is doing to us and our environment. View this presentation by researcher and health advocate Ms. Lori Grace.

What's up with Round-up

Mark Prado, Marin IJ Local Hero Albie Brown
South Orange, NJ
Congratulations to South Orange, NJfor their pesticide-free park initiative and being recognized as a Sustainable Community through their actions. Read more about this April 1, 2010 action that was no joke.
Hamilton Township, NJ On Sept 15, 2009 Hamilton Township passed an IPM & pesticide-free parks ordinance. Pictured from lest to right: Council members Thomas Goodwin, Kevin Meara, Kelly Yaede (President), David Kenny, Dennis Pone and NJ Environmental Federation's Jane Nogaki. Read the press release.
Bernards Township, NJ Bernards Township's happy citizens the day Pleasant Valley Park became a pesticide free park
Read the stories about the decision of this forward-thinking community.

Read the story about the woman who made it all happen, Jane Nogaki
The reason wheat is so toxic

Read the factual account by Sarah, the Healthy Home Economist of why so many people seem to have gluten problems. It may not be the gluten but what they are spraying on the wheat to harvest more easily.

The Real Reason Wheat is Toxic.doc

Sign designed by Joe Draeghert and property of the Pesticide Free Zone Campaign

Board of Directors


For the latest informaion on insect repellents, and please do not use Deet. check out this web page:


Recipient of the 
2004 Focus on Turtle Island Award


Free download of informational brochures
PDF files in Spanish and English

Your Body ............. Su Cuerpo
Your Child ...............Sus Hijos
Your Home ...............Su Casa
Your Lawn ..............Su Jardin
What is a Pesticide Free Zone (English only)
Why Protect Bees? (English only)


We suggest the back of yard signs have these word along 
with information where to get help: 


This location welcomes
butterflies, birds, babies & bare feet!

Pesticide Free Zone, Inc.
P.O. Box 824
Kentfield, CA 94914-0824
888/590-3993 or 415/459-1391 phone
415/456-2849 fax

To reach us:  4pesticidefreezones@gmail.com

Last update May 1, 2015