Fight for Birds: Protect Trees from Destructive Herbicide

Bird and Plant

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering whether to allow the future use of a potent herbicide that is known to drift into forests and backyard habitats, without first assessing ther herbicide's impact on oak, box elder, and other native trees and plants and the birds and pollinators they shelter and feed.

Tell the Environmental Protection Agency not to grant renewed permission for damaging dicamba herbicides until research shows that they would have minimal impacts on native birds and vital habitat.

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