Reno Pesticide Free Pilot Program

Reno Pesticide Free Pilot Program

Reno City Council recently approved a pilot program that will transition 12 city parks to pesticide-free maintenance. The decision comes shortly after a controversial incident where a demonstrator was arrested for pretending to drink Roundup during a public meeting,...
City of Reno Goes Pesticide Free!

City of Reno Goes Pesticide Free!

The local group Bee Habitat has dedicated nearly a year to persuading community leaders to adopt alternative methods for maintaining school grounds, parks, and playgrounds. This week, they organized a training session at City Hall to promote pesticide-free maintenance...
City of Reno Pesticide Free Parks

City of Reno Pesticide Free Parks

Reno Nevada Working towards Pesticide free! Sandy Rowley, a local activist, worked for the better part of a year to educate local authorities on pollinator friendly alternatives to managing school playgrounds, parks and public spaces. She secured a national non...
How To Go Organic

How To Go Organic

Bee Habitat featured in Edible Tahoe Magazine! DROPPING THE BOMB This spring, learn how to avoid using synthetic chemicals in your yard (and community), and why it’s important. WRITTEN BY NATASHA BOURLIN ILLUSTRATION BY LILY THERENS Particularly in the spring, a...