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Environmental Health

Environmental Health

Everyone benefits from clean air and water, unpolluted soil and restrictions on the amount of noise and light in our environment. Pollution in any of these areas can affect the health and quality of life not only of people but of all the organisms that share our living space. Members interested in environmental health work in support of policies which will result in cleaner air, a decrease in harmful chemicals released into the environment, acknowledgment of the importance of limiting noise, and a reduction in the light pollution attendant on development.

Current Projects: The Garden Club and the Tree Action Group are working to reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers in private and public landscapes.

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Let the clean air blow the cobwebs from your body. Air is medicine.
Lillian Russell