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Non-toxic, effective ways to get mosquitoes to quit bugging you

Neighbor Flyer (pdf)
Educational flyer to reduce mosquito populations safely

Read All About It (What Scientists Say)

Examples of Safe Mosquito Control Programs

PROTECT YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH IN SCHOOLS AND DAY CARES AND REDUCE INSECT POPULATIONS WITH IPM

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is an approach to pest management that relies on common-sense practices rather than depending exclusively on pesticides. IPM uses information about pests' life cycles to control them, and reduces risk to people and to the environment. The primary goal of IPM is finding the cause of pest problems. Understanding what pests need to survive is the key.

Below are excellent flyers created by the University of Tennessee Extension about IPM and creating change in your child's school:

Basic Flyer - A good primer to read and to give policy makers.

Flyer About Creating an Integrated Pest Management Policy - A second step

Flyer about Fire Ant Management and Schools

Risks: West Nile versus Pesticide Use
Why other cities have chosen not to spray
Non-toxic, effective ways to get mosquitoes to quit bugging you
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