Food & farming

It’s time to get toxic chemicals off our farms

Farmhouse on colorful farmland
U.S. Department of Agriculture | Public Domain

Dicamba hurts farms that don’t use Monsanto’s resistant seeds, and harms wild plants. Evidence suggests that it can even increase cancer risk. So why do we use it — and so many toxic chemicals like it — to grow our food?

We know a better way to farm. Call on your legislators to invest in programs that help farmers reduce their chemical use.