• SNAP Display at Event
  • SNAP Tour of Organic Vegetable Garden
  • Link to SK Organic Resources
  • Learn About Colony Collapse Disorder and How to Protect Bees
  • Learn To Manage Weeds Without Chemical Pesticides
  • Driving Near Recently Sprayed Fields Exposes People to Pesticides
  • Learn to Keep Insects Out of your Crops
  • Grow a Lush Garden Organically
  • Weeds Can Be Managed Without Chemical Pesticides
  • LIving Near Fields Increases Pesticide Exposure

Latest Events...

Monday, March 20, 2023

Into the Weeds documentary

Royal Saskatchewan Museum, 7:30pm

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Nature Regina's upcoming monthly meeting on Monday, March 20th, will feature a screening of the Canadian documentary “Into the Weeds” starting at 7:30pm at the RSM. Presentation in conjunction with Cinema Politica.

The documentary follows former groundskeeper Dewayne Johnson and his fight against Monsanto, a multinational agrochemical corporation acquired by German pharmaceutical giant Bayer in 2018.

 If you want to watch on your own schedule from your computer, please do. Into the Weeds is really worth watching, free on CBC GEM:


Saturday, March 18, 2023

Into the Weeds

downtown Edmonton Public Library

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It is a powerful story of a former California groundskeeper who successfully took on Monsanto after a terminal cancer diagnosis.

You can attend the screening in person to enjoy an introduction with the award winning documentary maker Jennifer Baichwal. A virtual panel discussion will follow. Registration is requested.

Film screening: https://epl.bibliocommons.com/events/63dec5ce0748ed360064d165

Virtual discussion: https://epl.bibliocommons.com/events/63ded22d0748ed360064d382

 If you want to watch on your own schedule from your computer, please do. Into the Weeds is really worth watching, free on CBC GEM:


Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Pesticides and Climate Change: A Vicious Cycle

two-part webinar, Jan 17 and 24, 2022

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 Pesticides and Climate Change: A Vicious Cycle (PANNA report and 2 part webinar)

Pesticide Action Network North America is excited to announce the upcoming release of our new report, Pesticides and Climate Change: A Vicious Cycle. It’s the first-ever, in-depth scientific review of how pesticides contribute to climate change, and how climate change impacts in turn lead to increased pesticide use.

Part I: Report findings

Tuesday, January 17th from 9-10am PT
Speakers: Organizing Co-Director Asha Sharma and Senior Scientist Margaret Reeves, report authors

Part II: Climate change solutions in agriculture

Tuesday, January 24th from 9-10am PT
Speakers: Iowa farmer Rob Faux, Nayamin Martinez of the Central California Environmental Justice Network, and Jeanette Acosta of Weaving Earth.

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Saturday, October 1, 2022

Municipal bylaws webinar

Saturday, October 1, 2 p.m. ET (Please note this webinar is on Saturday, not Sunday.)

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Municipal bylaws webinar  (The Butterflyway Project team, David Suzuki Foundation)
Saturday, October 1, 2 p.m. ET  That is 12 noon here in Saskatchewan 
(Please note this webinar is on Saturday, not Sunday.)

Municipal grass and weeds bylaws across the country are often so vaguely written and arbitrarily enforced that they can be used to discourage and/or destroy habitat gardens. In this webinar, native plant advocate and author Lorraine Johnson will outline the problems and contradictions contained in many such bylaws, discuss the legal precedents that protect habitat gardens, and offer advice for proactively working with municipalities on bylaw reform.


Thursday, August 11, 2022

National Forum Series: Seminar 1—Health (

September 15 | 1:00-2:30 pm

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National Forum Series: Seminar 1—Health (Beyond Pesticides)

September 15 | 1:00-2:30 pm     BIODIVERSITY > Oct 12   |   CLIMATE > Nov TBA

REGISTER NOW—Donations Are Requested, But Not Required 

As we face health, biodiversity, and climate crises, drastic change has never been more urgent. The purpose of this revealing and engaging Forum series is to work together to chart a path for a livable and sustainable future. This seminar focusing on health is the first in a series of three this fall. Details for October and November seminars on biodiversity and climate, respectively, will be announced soon. On September 15, we will address:

THE PROBLEM: The dire health implications of the current dependency on pesticides and toxic chemicals and the failure of the regulatory system to fully evaluate and control for the range of adverse effects and complexity of their interactions. Speaker: Claudia Miller, M.D., professor emerita at the University of Texas San Antonio. 

THE SOLUTION: The solution is found in a transition to management practices that are no longer dependent on toxic inputs and respect the value of nature and works in partnership with the diversity that it offers. Speaker: Kaipo Kekona, manager of a 12.5 acre-farm site for the Ku'ia Agricultural Education Center in the ahupua'a of Ku'ia on Legacy Lands of Keli'i Kulani (Hawai'i).

Monday, November 29, 2021


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Glyphosate will be under scrutiny by Canada ‘s Federal Court of Appeal on December 9, 2021. Safe Food Matters Inc. wants a review of the 2017 decision that allowed the product to stay registered in Canada for another 15 plus years.

Safe Food Matters is seeking assistance to cover legal costs for its case. It is a small Canadian non-profit, founded in 2016, working to improve regulatory policies to better protect human health and the environment. Please help by contributing to its GoFund Me, or providing a direct email transfer to safefoodmatters@gmail.com.

The hearing can be accessed remotely unless the Court orders otherwise. Please write to Information@fcacaf.gc.ca and provide: Case name: Safe Food Matters Inc. and AG of Canada; Case number: A-85-20 and Hearing Date: December 9, 2021. Instructions on how to join the remote hearing will be sent by email. 

Friday, October 15, 2021

How to Become an Advocate for Alternatives:to Toxic Pesticides:

Wednesday, Oct. 20, 6-7:15 pm PT / 7-8:15 pm MT on Zoom

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How to Become an Advocate for Alternatives:to Toxic Pesticides: Pesticides 101

Wednesday, Oct. 20, 6-7:15 pm PT / 7-8:15 pm MT on Zoom. Organized by NCAP.

NCAP invites you to attend a bilingual call on how to become an Advocate for Alternatives to toxic pesticides. We'll discuss the history of advocacy efforts against pesticides, today's pesticide policy reforms, and projects you can get involved with including from our friends at Herbicide-Free Campus. Everyone who attends and completes an evaluation will be entered for a chance to win a Patagonia backpack. If you want to deepen your commitment to the pesticide-free movement and learn how to take action in your community, please join us! Details and registration here at link.

Monday, April 26, 2021

Poisoned Food, Poisoned ecosystems: how people are working towards pesticides free communities

Virtual May 5, 2021 02:00 PM in Paris (watch time zones)

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Poisoned Food, Poisoned ecosystems: how people are working towards pesticides free communities

May 5, 2021 02:00 PM in Paris (check your time zone)

During the webinar we will present communities experiences on the impact of pesticides in Latin America and experiences of transition. Later on FIAN sections in Latin America will present their recent report on the topic and FIAN International secretariat will present main findings on some transition experiences in specific communities and countries. The presentations will be commented by the Special Rapporteur on Toxic Substances and PAN. Finally we will brainstorm on strategic actions for a systematic change in the context of pesticides.

Saturday, April 10, 2021


Beyond Pesticides virthal conference, May 25, June 1, June 8 and June 25, 2021

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Confronting Health threats, Climate Disasters, and Biodiversity Collapse with a Toxic-Free Future
Virtual Conference—May 25, June 1, June 8 and June 25, 2021
The Beyond Pesticides annual conference.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Science for the People: Launching Pesticide Info!

Tuesday, March 23rd, at 11am PT (2PM ET) for a launch event,

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Science for the People: Launching Pesticide Info!

We’re so excited to share that a newly updated, more intuitive, and easier-to-use pesticide information database is now available to the public, accessible at pesticideinfo.org.

At its core, Pesticide Info is a tool that combines publicly available data to create an interactive, searchable database of every chemical and product related to pesticide use and application. With Pesticide Info, you can look up information like the latest cancer ratings of widely used pesticides such as atrazine and glyphosate, or whether the brain-harming insecticide chlorpyrifos is also harmful to pollinators in your community (it is!).

Join author and activist Sandra Steingraber and the Pesticide Info team over at Pesticide Action Network on Tuesday, March 23rd, at 11am PT (2PM ET) for a launch event, including a walkthrough of the tool, campaign examples, and ample time to ask organizers and scientists your pesticide-related questions.