Pesticides

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Pesticides, including commonly used herbicides such as glyphosate have the potential to contaminate our drinking water supplies. If chemical pesticides are not properly stored or applied, a heavy rainstorm can carry these chemicals through the storm drainage system directly into streams and ponds. Once these chemicals enter a stream or pond they can be toxic to fish and wildlife, and can pose a threat to human health. Many pesticides do not break down in the environment and can remain for long periods of time in water, air and soil.

Pesticides, including commonly used herbicides such as glyphosate have the potential to contaminate our drinking water supplies. If chemical pesticides are not properly stored or applied, a heavy rainstorm can carry these chemicals through the storm drainage system directly into streams and ponds. Once these chemicals enter a stream or pond they can be toxic to fish and wildlife, and can pose a threat to human health. Many pesticides do not break down in the environment and can remain for long periods of time in water, air and soil.

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