M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
NEW YORK COALITION FOR ALTERNATIVES TO PESTICIDES
RECORDS, 1908-2002, Bulk Dates, 1988-1995
(APAP-151)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
Heather Harrington, Evan Rallis,
Stephanie Anderson,
& Orson Kingsley
2004-2007

The arrangement and description of this collection in 2004 and 2006-2007 was made possible in part by a grant from the Documentary Heritage Program of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department.



 
 
 

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VOLUME: 84.27cubic ft.

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by the New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides in December 2002, January 2003, and February 2003.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
Administrative History

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In 1989, Tracy Frisch, an etymologist who had suffered from pesticide poisoning, formed a non-profit citizens' organization called the New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NYCAP). Its mission was primarily to reduce the use of hazardous chemical pesticides through education and advocacy .[1]

The early issues that NYCAP championed included the following: safe pest control for schools, hospitals, and public places; reducing work exposure to chemicals; farm worker protection; prevention of groundwater pollution; environmentally sound farming; and strict regulation of pesticides. NYCAP also sought to provide leadership on these issues to other organizations such as parent teacher associations, labor unions, and general environmental groups. To achieve these goals, two major projects were set up: the School Campaign and the Occupational Health and Workers Rights Projects. Both sought to develop legislation on pesticide alternatives and educate farmers on sustainable agriculture[2]

One of the organization's first activities was to publish NYCAP News, a quarterly newsletter that contained personal stories of members, legislative news, information on pesticide issues, the newest staff and organization news, and upcoming events. The publication was small in the beginning but grew to over thirty pages. It eventually changed its name to Solutions with the spring 1996 issue.

In accomplishing its mission, conferences, workshops, training courses, and a mail order clearinghouse were used to spread information on subjects such as school and workplace integrated pest management, household pest control, organic farming and gardening, multiple chemical sensitivity, workers' rights, and sustainable agriculture.[3] These programs extended all over New York State, with similar conferences held in the Capital Region, Western New York, Long Island, and Central New York. NYCAP was known for its work on integrated pest management, participation in the Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on Safe Housing, as well as its commitment to spreading awareness of multiple chemical sensitivity.

Tracy Frisch was the first executive director and editor of the newsletter, staying with NYCAP until mid-1995.[4] Marilyn DuBois served as interim director until James Moore took over in late 1995. [5] Pamela Hadad-Hurst succeeded Moore and remained executive director until the organization’s demise in 2003.

NYCAP's primary area of service was the east coast, but it did have membership nationwide.[6] By 2003, NYCAP was run by a staff of three people, an executive director, an information director, and a staff person at the Western New York branch of NYCAP that opened in May 2002.[7] NYCAP was governed by a Board of Directors, and a Steering Committee made up of members of other environmental groups, both national and regional.[8]


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1. "NYCAP," Series 1, Box 2, Folder 32.
2. "NYCAP Welcomes You!" NYCAP News, vol. 1, no. 1 (1989), p. 1, Series 6, Box 3, Folder 29.
3. "NYCAP," Series 1, Box 2, Folder 32.
4. NYCAP News, vol.5, no. 3 (1995), p. 2, Series 6, Box 3, Folder 31.
5. Correspondence, Series 1, Box 1, Folder 33.
6. Gabrielle Blake. New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, (NYCAP) (online). Troy, N.Y.: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (9 March 2004) Available from the World Wide Web (http://www.rpi.edu/~interns/work/internships/Environment/NYCAP.html) (File Not Found 20 February 2006).
7. New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides. WNY Region (online). Albany, N.Y.: New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (10 March 2004) Available from the World Wide Web (http://www.altpest.org/) (File Not Found prior to 20 February 2006).
8. NYCAP News, vol. 1, no. 3 (1990), p. 2, Series 6, Box 3, Folder 29.


New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
Scope & Content Note

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This collection documents the activities of the New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NYCAP) from its creation in 1989 through its demise in 2003. The organization was formed as a not-for-profit group devoted to educating the public about pesticides and other environmental dangers. It was able to spread its message through conferences, workshops, mail order catalogs, information requests, school programs, and contributions to policy-making.

The collection consists of administrative files such as committee and meeting minutes, fundraising campaigns, by-laws, correspondence, annual telemarketing campaigns, grant proposals and funding, invoices, prepaid sales receipts, and technical assistance logs. Mailing and membership lists for NYCAP and some related organizations are also included in this collection, along with state and national legislation; government reports and publications; conference planning, programs, and attendance lists; information requests, news clippings and journal articles on pesticide-related topics; pesticide fact sheets; brochures and pamphlets; pesticide labels; and copies of newsletters, magazines, journals, and other publications of related groups received through a newsletter exchange. The collection also includes numerous videotapes, audiotapes, photographs, slides, computer media, posters, and artifacts.

This collection documents the professional career of Tracy Frisch in the decade before her founding of NYCAP. Material from her career as a New York State Legislature lobbyist and staff member is included, as well as materials from her research on environmental pests and pollution during the 1980s.

Strengths of the collection include the the collection of the publications from many local, state, and some national organizations, along with the collection of information on pesticides and pests from about 1980 to 2000, and the prominent subseries in the Issue Files Seriees, particularly Agriculture and Lawn, Health Issues from Pesticide / Chemical Use, and School / IPM. Other strengths include the conference material and the membership and mailing lists, which document the first fourteen years of NYCAP.

See also the following collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives: the Malcolm Willison Papers (APAP-055), which contains notes received from NYCAP concerning an environmental science class Willison taught at Siena College in 1991-1992; Environmental Advocates of New York Records (APAP-104), which include files on NYCAP activities; the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (APAP 197); and other collections available from the Conservation and the Environment subject page.


New York Coaltion for Alternatives to Pesticides
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Administrative Files, 1986-2002, 11 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject

This series contains records from the New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides and local organizations that are members of NYCAP, or that relate to the staff (particularly Tracy Frisch) directly. It includes the following: committee meeting minutes, agendas, and reports; fundraising activities; annual telemarketing campaign call sheets; by-laws; correspondence; New York State Department of Labor grants; donation receipts; health insurance information; information request letters; technical assistance logs; and prepaid sales and invoice receipts from 1997-2002, [which provide almost the only information on the organization from that time period in terms of membership, information requests, donations, conferences, and sales.]

Series 2: Membership and Mailing Lists, 1988-2002, 2 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject, then chronologically

This series contains membership renewal forms and mailing lists. The mailing lists are from several sources: names collected at events, names acquired through information requests, names acquired from membership files, and names acquired through other organizations. There are also files on name and address changes that were made known to NYCAP. There are several mailing lists from support groups, and other pesticide groups included in this series. The membership renewal forms cover 1990-2002.

Series 3: Pesticide Laws, Policy, and Enforcement, 1980-1999, 4.50 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject

This series contains local, state, and federal laws regarding pesticides and the environment, as well as documents dealing with various government departments. Other states' laws are present in this series, including California, Texas, Connecticut, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts and New Jersey. The North American Free Trade Agreement is also addressed.

Series 4: Conferences, Classes, and Workshops, 1985-2001, 4.75 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject

This series deals with the conferences that NYCAP planned, presented, participated in, or attended. Additionally, this series also includes some college classes on agriculture that were taught in cooperation with Tracy Frisch before the formation of NYCAP. There are also workshops included in this series, consisting of short classes or training sponsored by NYCAP. These files include conference planning meetings, correspondence with speakers and participants, attendance lists, advertisements, programs, schedules, location information, and speaker notes.

Series 5: Programs, Distributed Information, and Miscellaneous Files, 1908-2000, 33.25 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject

This series is divided up into eight subseries that document various prominent issues addressed by NYCAP in its work, particularly that used in its information clearinghouse and in programs it conducted. Subseries 4: Activist Organizations and Coalitions is a collection of materials from groups involved in promoting pesticide alternatives like NYCAP, or with other environmental issues generally. The series includes articles, correspondence, reports, pamphlets, and notes. The majority of the material was not produced by NYCAP, although it generally either part of a campaign they were working on, or information they distributed.

Subseries 1: Activist Organizations and Coalitions

This subseries consists of a collection of materials by local, state, and national activist groups and coalitions, particularly those involved with pesticides or some other environmental / health issues. Some worked closely with NYCAP, while in other cases it was not clear. Included are materials produced by these groups, and well as NYCAP’s correspondence with them.

Subseries 2: Agriculture and Lawn

This subseries consists of materials on pesticide use and alternatives for agriculture, and lawn care / landscaping. The latter includes information relating to individual homeowner lawn care/landscaping, as well as that for institutions, particularly golf courses.

Subseries 3: Health Issues from Pesticide / Chemical Use

Documented in this subseries are the effects of pesticides and other chemicals on human health. Issues and groups featured prominently include Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and the Maternal Infant Network, as well as cancer, and women’s and children’s health.

Subseries 4: Occupational Issues

This subseries documents NYCAP’s involvement in workplace safety and health issues particularly, but not exclusively, its work on the Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program (OSHTEP). This was a New York State Department of Labor funded program that made up an important portion of NYCAP’s budget. NYCAP held numerous training conferences in connection with this program, the main goals of which were to educate workers about proper pest control methods, the health issues and risks of pesticides used in the workplace, along with low-risk pest control alternatives, and workers rights / employers responsibilities.

Subseries 5: Rights-of-way (ROW)

The main concern reflected in these materials was weed control on roadside and utility rights-of-way (ROW), and NYCAP’s advocacy and research on alternatives to herbicides for this purpose.

Subseries 6: School / IPM

This subseries contains materials on Integrated Pest Mangagement (IPM), a method of pest control that NYCAP advocated. IPM is defined as “the coordinated use of pest and environmental information with available pest control methods to prevent unacceptable levels of pest damage by the most economical means and with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment” [http://www.epa.gov/pesticides/food/ipm.htm ]. Most of the materials are centered around schools, particularly the Health Schools Network (HSN). Materials about pesticide / chemical use and related issues in schools, which are not primarily about IPM, are also included. This subseries has been divided into two additional subseries, one consisting of school-related materials, and the other IPM-related materials in other institutions.

A. Schools
B. IPM in Other Institutions

Series 6: Publications, 1981-2002, 16.33 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by subject

This series consists of publications from different environmental and local groups that are in some way involved with NYCAP. Most of these publications are newsletter issues received as part of the newsletter exchange program. Most of the publications are in a limited run, covering only a few issues or years. The series has been divided up into NYCAP’s publications, and those of other organizations. Aside from NYCAP’s own publications, he most notable feature of this series is the substantial runs of a select few publications that NYCAP used heavily for reference and distribution. This includes Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, IPM Practioner, Journal of Pesticide Reform, and Pesticides and You.

Subseries 1: Other Publications
Subseries 2: NYCAP Publications

Series 7: Pesticide and Pest Information, 1977-2000, 12.44 cubic ft., Arranged alphabetically by specific pesticide or pest

This series contains mostly materials that NYCAP collected for its information clearinghouse. It consists primarily of photocopies of the work of others, on specific pesticides and pests. It has been divided up into two subseries, one for pesticides, and the other for pests. Two important sources of the pesticides information were the EPA Fact Sheets and the Extension Toxicology Network (EXTOXNET). The amount of material on each pesticide or pest ranges from a page or two to an entire linear foot on mosquitoes.

Subseries 1: Pests
Subseries 2: Pesticides


New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Administrative Files, 1986-2002

Box 1
Folder

1. 1 in 9/ NYCAP Ad Campaign, 1997, undated
2. “1 in 9” Symposium, 1998
3. About NYCAP, 1995-1996
4. Action Guide For Source Water Funding, 1997
5. Adirondacks- Activist List, 1991
6. Administrative Notes on Conferences, no date
7. Advertising in NYCAP Publications, 1996-1997
8. Advertising/Marketing, 1996-1998
9. Advisory Board, 1989-1991
10. Advocacy, 1999-2000
11. Agreement with Buckley, Gent, MacDonald, and Cary, Certified Public Accountants, 2000
12. Albany County Pesticide Sunset Ordinance, Training Manual, 2000
13. Albany-Municipal NTPM Contact, 2001, undated
14. Albany NTPM- Educational Information for Building Occupants, 1989, 2000, undated
15. America’s Charities Application, 1997-1998
16. Ann R. Roberts/Fund of the Four Directions, 1990-1993
17. Another Way to be Green Grant, 1995
18. Annual Campaign, Telemarketing Script, 1996
19. Annual Membership Drive, Notes, 1993, undated
20. Annual Report, Photocopy and Floppy Disk, 1997
21. ARISE Foundation Anti-Pollution Committee, 1989-1990
22. Attorney General Funding for NYCAP Projects, 1997
23. Audit Contracts, 1995-1997
24. Audit, FYE, June 30, 1995
25. Baltimore Woods Project/Tierra Farm, 1997-1998
26. Beldon Fund, 1990-1992
27. Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, 1998-2002
28. Benefits, 1992-1993
29. Bishop, David. Suffolk County Legislator, Correspondence on Proposed Pesticide Legislation, 2000
30. Black Locust Tree Infestation- Pine Bush, 1995-1997, undated
31. Board Biographies, 1994-1995
32. Board Candidates, 1996-1999
33. Board of Directors Election Ballots, 1992 34. BOCES Outreach/ New York State Department of Labor Grant, 1995
35. Boards of Cooperative Educational Services, (BOCES) Programs, 1992-1995, undated
36. Board- Generic Committee Information
37. Board Invitees, Information Packet, 1994-1996
38. Board Invitees, 1995-2001
39. Board Meeting, April 21, 1996
40. Board Meeting, July 21, 1996
41. Board Meeting, October 20, 1996
42. Board Meeting, January 11, 1997
43. Board Meeting, May 3, 1997
44. Board Meeting, July 19, 1997
45. Board Meeting, September 20, 1997
46. Board Meeting, January 17, 1998
47. Board Meeting, April 21, 1998
48. Board Meeting, July 21, 1998
49. Board Meeting, August 25, 1998
50. Board Meeting, November 14, 1998
51. Board Meeting, February 27, 1999
52. Board Meeting, April 28, 1999
53. Board Meeting, July 14, 1999
54. Board Meeting, December 9, 1999
55. Board Meeting, April 13, 2000
56. Board Meeting, September 12, 2000 (1 of 2)
57. Board Meeting, September 12, 2000 (2 of 2)
58. Board Meeting, December 5, 2000
59. Board Meeting, April 4, 2001
60. Board Meeting, October 10, 2001
61. Board Meeting, December 5, 2001
62. Board Meeting, March 13, 2002
63. Board Meeting, September 18, 2002
64. Board Meeting/ Common Council Meeting, December 1998
65. Board Meeting Minutes, 1994-1996
66. Board Meeting Minutes (June 10) and Dissenting Letter about them by One Member, 1995
67. Board Member List, 2002
68. Board Member Training, Recruitment, and other information, 1990-1996
69. Board News/ “The NYCAP Board”, November 1996
70. Board of Directors- Composition, September 30 Meeting Minutes, and Correspondence, 1995
71. Board of Directors- General Notes, 1998-1999
72. Board Retreat, 1995
73. Brethren Volunteer Service, Church of the Brethren, 1992
74. Brochures and Mailers, 1996, undated
75. Brochures, Flyers, and Related Notes- NYCAP and others, c. 1994

Box 2
Folder

1. Budget (October 1997)/ Check Signing Ballots, 1997
2. Budget 2002, 2001
3. Budget, July 1994/June 1995
4. Budgets, 1992-1994
5. Budgets, 1995-1998 (1 of 2)
6. Budgets, Miscellaneous, 1999-2001
7. Buffalo- Activist List, Clippings, Etc., 1990-1993
8. Bylaws for NYCAP, 1990-1998
9. Campaign for Human Development, 1993-1994
10. Capital District Lawn Campaign, 1993-1994
11. Capital District Injured Workers Meeting Announcements and Planning, 1991
12. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, Background Information, 1995, undated
13. Chemical Hypersensitivity Syndrome Study Review Committee, Excerpts, 1989
14. Chemical Sensitivity Support Group and Injured Workers Support Group Meeting Report, undated
15. Chemically Related Illness Research, Public Meeting Minutes, 1995
16. Cisco Systems Stock, 1999
17. Citizens Clearing House for Hazardous Waste (CCHW), 1989-1993
18. Citizens Clearing House for Hazardous Waste (CCHW), 1994-1995
19. Citizens' Environmental Coalition VEATCH Grant Proposal, 1994
20. City of Albany Neighborhood Associations Contact Lists, 1989
21. Comic Strip on MCS, by Treesha De France, 1993-1995
22. Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, 2002
23. Community IPM Coordinating Council, 1996-1998
24. Computer Database and Internet Source of Interest to NYCAP, 1989-1997
25. Conference Request Letters, 1992
26. Conference Sponsorship and Budgets, Miscellaneous, 1993, undated
27. Cornell IPM- Community IPM, 1998-1999
28. Cornell Partnering, 1998, undated
29. Correspondence, Board of Directors, 1996, 1999
30. Correspondence- Positive Member Feedback, 1997-2002
31. Correspondence- School Pesticide Monitor, 2001
32. Correspondence, In-coming, 1995-1998
33. Correspondence-Incoming, Notes, 2000-2001
34. Correspondence, Log, 1990
35. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1986, 1989-1992
36. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1993-1995
37. Correspondence, Miscellaneous, undated
38. Correspondence, 1995
39. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1995
40. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1995
41. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1996
42. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1996
43. Correspondence, Outgoing, 1996
44. Correspondence, Outgoing. 1997
45. Correspondence with SUNY Institutions, 1988
46. Council of Community Services, Member List and Annual Report, 1992-1995
47. Cottonwood Foundation, 1990, 1996
48. Council of Community Services/National Society of Fund Raising Executives, 1995-1996
49. C.S. Fund, 1989, 2002
50. C.S. Fund/Warsh-Mott Legacy, 2002
51. Database Information, 1997
52. DEC Buffalo Planning, Correspondence, 2001
53. DEC NTPM Allocations (Financial Records) 2000-2001
54. DEC Outreach on IPM, 1995-1996, undated
55. DEC/Westchester County Planning, 2000
56. Department of Labor, Grant Budget, 1994
57. Department of Labor, Grant Contract and Forms, 1994
58. Department of Labor, Grant Correspondence, 1994
59. Department of Labor, Grant Proposal for 1994, 1992
60. Department of Labor, Grant Proposal for 1995, 1993-95
61. Department of Taxation Pesticide Incident Reports, 1982, 1985-1987, 1990-1991
62. Department of Labor Fund, General Ledger, 1995
63. DOL Newsletter Distribution, c. 1996
64. Donations of Office Supplies, 1994-1995
65. Donations to NYCAP, Correspondence, 1997
66. Donor Correspondence, 1993-1994
67. Dubois, Marilyn M., Transition Memos, 1995
68. Entango/ENN Affiliation, Online Donation Services, 2000
69. Environmental Federation of New York, 1995
70. Environmental Health Working Group Conference Call, 1999

Box 3
Folder

1. Environmental Support Center, 1992-1994
2. Environmental Support Center, 1994-2001
3. Environmental Support Center- Apple Computer Donation Program, 1994
4. EPA Environmental Education Grant, 1991-1994
5. Ephemera, undated
6. Events Planner, Correspondence and Brochure, 1995-1996
7. Farmworker Justice, 1996-1998 (1 of 3)
8. Farmworker Justice, 1996-1998 (2 of 3)
9. Farmworker Justice, 1996-1998 (3 of 3)
10. Financial Information, 1998
11. Financial Mistakes and Corrections, 1997-2000
12. Financial Statements, 1994-1996
13. Financial Statements, 1996-1997
14. Financial Statements, 1997
15. Financial Statements and Audit, FYE June 30, 1994
16. Financial Statements, FYE June 30, 1995
17. Financial Statements, FYE June 30, 1996
18. Fishgold Gunther- Workplan and Agreement, Meeting Summaries, Progress Reports, 1995
19. Flyer Samples, undated
20. Formation of NYCAP and Business Start-Up, 1988-1989
21. Foundation Information, 1994
22. Foundation Lists, 1989-1993, undated
23. Foundation Summaries, c. 1995
24. Frequent Contacts, Questionnaires, and Related Correspondence, 1990, undated
25. Frisch, Tracy. Logs of Time Spent Doing Various Tasks, 1995
26. Frontier Communications- Bills and Correspondence, Including Late Payment Issues/Disagreement, 1998-1999
27. Funding Information, 1994-2002
28. Funding Proposals, Various, 1986-1996
29. Funding- Rejection Letters, 1995-1996
30. Funding Search- Sustainable Agriculture, etc., 1995-1996
31. Fundraising, Budgets, 1991-1992, undated
32. Fundraising Consultants, 1996-2000
33. Fundraising Correspondence, 1996
34. Fundraising Ideas, 1995-1996, undated
35. Fundraising Information, 1995-1999
36. Fundraising Materials, 1996, undated
37. Fundraising Meetings, May 21 and September 10, 1998
38. Fundraising, Notes, Handwritten, 1991, 1992, undated
39. Fundraising Notes, 1994
40. Fundraising Report, 1996
41. Genetically Engineered Food Alert (GEFA)/Genetic Engineering Action Network (GEAN), Grant Application, 2001
42. Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, 1989-1991
43. Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, 1994-1996
44. Grant (1992/1993) New York State Department of Labor, 1991 (1 of 2)
45. Grant (1992/1993) New York State Department of Labor, 1991 (2 of 2)
46. Grant (1994) New York State Department of Labor, 1992, undated
47. Grant Funding- Rejection Letters, 1998
48. Grant Inquiries and Background, 1988-1992
49. Grant Proposals- Drafts, 1990-1992
50. Grant Samples- New York State Department of Labor, 1989
51. Grant Seminars, 1991-1997, undated
52. Grantee Orientation and Training- New York State Department of Labor, 1991-1994, undated (1 of 2)
53. Grantee Orientation and Training- New York State Department of Labor, 1991-1994, undated (2 of 2)
54. Grants- Applications, Correspondence, and Notes, 1991-1993, undated
55. Grants, Rejection Letters and Other Correspondence, 1990-1997

Box 4
Folder

1. Grantsmanship Center Training/Environmental Support Center, 1996-1997
2. Graphics- Contains Mostly Photocopied Images and Cartoons, 1989-1995, undated
3. Gregory K. Marsh and Associates, Environmental Chemists and Industrial Hygienists, Letter and Company Profile, 1995
4. Green Tax Fund of Finger Lakes, 1989
5. Guidelines for Public/Private Partnerships in the New York Sate Office of Parks…1998
6. Hahn Family Foundation, 1991
7. Handwritten Notes, Miscellaneous, 1989-1997, undated
8. Handwritten Notes, Miscellaneous, undated
9. HANYS Conference, 1996
10. Healthy Schools Network/Asthma/Pesticide Legislation, 1999
11. Healthy Schools Network (HSN) Collaboration, 2001
12. Heidi Creamer- Graphic Artist and Cartoonist- Correspondence, 1995-1996
13. High Rock Golf Course (Proposed) in Saratoga Spa State Park, 1995-1999
14. History, Background and Mission Statements of NYCAP, undated
15. Honest Weight Food Co-op, Personnel Policies, 1987, 1989-1993
16. Hudson Valley Sustainable Communities Network (HVSCN), 1998-1999
17. Ideas and Planning, 1996-1997
18. Information Clearinghouse Funding Proposal, c.1996
19. Information/Publications Ordered from Other Organizations by NYCAP, 1994-1996 (1 of 2)
20. Information/Publications Ordered from Other Organizations by NYCAP, 1994-1996 (2 of 2)
21. Information Request Evaluation Forms 1998-2000 (1 of 2)
22. Information Request Evaluation Forms 1998-2000 (2 of 2)
23. Information Request, Letters, 1993
24. Information Request, Letters, 1994
25. Information Request, Letters, 1994
26. Information Request, Letters, 1994
27. Information Request, Letters, 1995
28. Information Request Sheets, May-June 1995
29. Information Request Sheets, July-September 1995
30. Information Request Sheets, October-December 1995
31. Information Request Sheets, 1996
32. Information Request, Letters, 1997
33. Information Request Sheets, 1997
34. Information Request Sheets, 1998
35. Information Request Sheets, 1998

Box 5
Folder

1. Steering Committee, Minutes and Notes, 1991
2. Supporter Surveys, 1989
3. Technical Assistance Logs, 1991, 1993
4. Technical Assistance Logs, January-February 1994
5. Technical Assistance Logs, March 1994
6. Technical Assistance Logs, April 1994
7. Technical Assistance Logs, May-June 1994
8. Technical Assistance Logs, July-September 1994
9. Technical Assistance Logs, October-December 1994

Box 6
Folder

1. Information Request Sheets, 1998
2. Information Requests, Correspondence and Invoices, 1997- 2000
3. Information Request, Letters, undated
4. Information Request, Procedures, 1995, undated
5. Information Request Sheets, undated
6. Information Requests, Handwritten Notes, 1994-1995, undated
7. Initiatives, 1996
8. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Board Members, 1993
9. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Board Notes, 1993-1994
10. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Contract, 1993
11. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Grant Application, 1993
12. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Pre-Applications, 1993
13. Injured Workers Acting Together (IWAT) Quarterly Reports, 1993-1994
14. Injured Workers Board, 1993-1994, undated
15. Injured Workers of New York, Correspondence and Newsletters, 1992
16. Injured Workers Project/IWAT, 1993-1994, undated
17. Injured Workers United, Correspondence and Press Releases, 1993
18. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Certification, 1996-1997, undated
19. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Public Schools- Curriculum Materials, 1995, undated
20. IPM Task Force Meeting, 1992
21. IPM Teleconference Video Tape Orders, 1994
22. Intern Recruiting Packets, c.2000
23. Inventory, 1997
24. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, 1998
25. “Into the Sunset”, 1998
26. Into the Sunset Celebration (Sunset Ordinance), 1998
27. Invitations to Conferences, Correspondence, 1998
28. IRS- Penalty Response
29. Items for Inclusion in NYCAP Publications- Possibilities, 2001
30. Items for Inclusion in NYCAP Publications, with Table of Contents, 2000-2001
31. Ittleson Foundation, 2002
32. Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, 1988-1992
33. Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, 1995-2002
34. Job Advertisements, 1994-1995
35. Kushner, Susan (Program Associate and Intern), Workplan and Agreement, Progress Reports
36. Labor Union Safety and Health Meetings, Notes, Correspondence, 1989-1990, undated
37. Laboratory Referrals, 1992-2002
38. Lake Champlain Basin Program/Lake Champlain Partnership Program, 1996-1997
39. Lake Grants/Great Lakes Protection Fund, 1992
40. Lawn Sign Examples and Quotes, 1994
41. Ledger-Cash Receipts, 1995
42. Ledger-General, FYE June 30, 1997
43. Legislative Contacts, 1998-2000
44. Legislative Gazette Special Report on/by NYCAP, 1999
45. Letter to James C. Penny Foundation- Explains NYCAP, Philosophy and Initiatives, 1997
46. Letters of Support for Various 1994 Grants, 1992
47. Lion’s Club- Lawn Talk, 1996
48. Lobby Law, 2000
49. Logo Designs, undated
50. MacDonald, Mark H. (CPA) Correspondence, 1995
51. Mail Order Clearinghouse Orders, 1994-1995, undated
52. Mailing on Local Pesticide Issue Activism, undated
53. ML3, Inc./ MaryLou Lamping Lutters- Fundraising and Development Counsel, 1997
54. MCS/Injured Workers Project- Response Forms, 1994-1995
55. Media Contact Lists, 1990-1991, undated
56. Media Lists, 1995
57. Media, Public Relations and Marketing, 1995-1996
58. Media Releases, 1996
59. Member Recruitment Letter with Information on NYCAP’s Activities, 1997
60. Membership Correspondence and Announcements, 1993
61. Membership/Recruitment, 2001
62. Membership Renewal Materials, 1995-1996, undated
63. Mid-Hudson Sierra Club Presentation, 1996
64. Mission Statement, 1995-1996, undated
65. Municipal Requestors/DEC Grant, 2000-2001
66. National Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture, 1997
67. National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides (NCAMP) Seed Grant, 1989-1991
68. NCPPR Handwritten Notes, 1995
69. National Dialogue on Sustainable Agriculture Marketing Committee Reports, 1993
70. National Environmental Song Search, 1995-1996
71. Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Grant Request to Switzer Foundation, 1988
72. Needs Assessment Meeting Notes, 1990-1991
73. Needs Assessment Survey Notes and Correspondence, 1990, undated
74. Needs Assessment Surveys on Pesticides, undated
75. Neighbor Notification Amendment Opposition (S.2543-B), 1999
76. New York Campaign Against Misuse of Pesticides (NYCAMP), Correspondence, 1989
77. New York Environmental Institute, 1988-1989, undated
78. New York City Pesticide Agencies Correspondence and Notes, 1992-1993, undated

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1. OSHTEP/DOL- 1991-1992 Contract and Related Correspondence, 1990-1991
2. OSHTEP/DOL- 1991-1992 Narrative Reports and Summaries, 1991-1992
3. OSHTEP/DOL- 1994 Contract (Revised), 1994
4. OSHTEP/DOL- 1994 Quarterly Reports, 1994-1995
5. OSHTEP/DOL (Department of Labor)- 1995 First Quarter Report, 1995
6. OSHTEP/DOL- 1995 Second Quarter Report, 1995
7. OSHTEP/DOL- 1995 Third Quarter Report, 1995
8. OSHTEP/DOL- 1995 Fourth Quarter Report, 1995
9. OSHTEP/DOL- 1995 Contract, 1994-1995
10. OSHTEP/DOL- 1996 First Quarter Report, 1996
11. OSHTEP/DOL- 1996 Contract, 1995-1996
12. OSHTEP/DOL- 1996 Quarterly Report (Second-Fourth) 1996
13. OSHTEP/DOL- 1996 Work Plan and Correspondence, 1996
14. OSHTEP/DOL- Correspondence with Dan Donahue, 1995
15. Ottinger Foundation/ Stern Family Fund, 1991-1993
16. Outreach Brainstorm, February 25, 1999
17. Outreach/Membership, 1993-1995, undated
18. Partnership for Healthy Schools (PHS), Correspondence, 1996
19. Patagonia, 2002-2003
20. Payroll Summaries, 1997-2001
21. Personnel Committee, 1996
22. Personnel Committee Meeting, 1999
23. Personnel Manuals- Draft, 1996
24. Personnel Manuals- NYCAP, Drafts and Notes, 1994-1997 (1 of 2)
25. Personnel Manuals- NYCAP, Drafts and Notes, 1994-1997 (2 of 2)
26. Personnel Policy Draft, 1993
27. Pest Management Board, Meeting Minutes, 1995
28. Pesticide Action Network, North America Regional Center, Annual Report, 1991
29. Pesticide Bills in the Assembly, 1999-2000
30. Pesticide and Herbicide Legislation, 2000-2001
31. Pesticide Incident Victim Records, 1991, 1994
32. Pesticide Management Advisory Council, Meeting Agenda and Notes, 1993
33. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC), 1996-1998 (1 of 5)
34. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC), 1996-1998 (2 of 5)
35. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC), 1996-1998 (3 of 5)
36. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC), 1996-1998 (4 of 5)
37. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC), 1996-1998 (5 of 5)
38. Pesticide Management Advisory Council (PMAC) Meeting- March 23, 1999, 1998-1999
39. Pesticides in the Workplace Completed Surveys, undated
40. Pesticides in the Workplace Surveys, 1990
41. Phone-a-thon Notes, 1994, undated
42. Pinksterfest, 1995-1997
43. Potential Technical Advisory Committee Members, Notes, 1995
44. Press Release and Media Coverage Tips and Articles, 1990-1991
45. Press Releases and Reports, 1996
46. Press Releases, 1992-1995
47. Principal Combined Fund Organization List, undated
48. Profit and Loss, FYE 1997
49. Public Interest Law Foundation, 1992-1993
50. Public Service Internship Program- Alison Riggieri, 2001
51. Public Welfare Foundation, 1990-1993
52. Publicity (positive), 1995-1996
53. Quick Solutions- Originals, October 1997
54. Quick Solutions- Outline, Summer 1997
55. Rachel’s Network, 2002
56. Radio Advertising- WKJY/WHLI, Long Island, 2000
57. Raffles, 1991-1992
58. Referral System/Notes, 1995, undated
59. Referrals/Information Requests, 1990-1996, undated (1 of 3)
60. Referrals/Information Requests, 1990-1996, undated (2 of 3)
61. Referrals/Information Requests, 1990-1996, undated (3 of 3)

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1. Research Leads, 1995-1996
2. Research Report on Vegetation Management along New York Highways, 2001
3. Resist, 1989-1990
4. Robert Sterling Clark Foundation- Drafts and Notes, c. 2001
5. Resources, Networks, Idea Exchange and Mailing List Sources, 1995-2001, undated
6. Retreat/Strategic Plan, 1995-1997, undated
7. Returned Pesticide Questionnaires, 1991
8. Robert Sterling Clark Foundation- Proposal, 2002
9. Rochester Conference- Sales and Receipts, 1996
10. Rochester Meetings and Other Activities, 1993-1994
11. Rockefeller Family Fund, 1994-1996
12. Rockland County Cooperative Extension Program, Notes, 1994
13. Ruth Mott Fund, 1988-1992
14. Ruth Mott Fund, Guidelines and Notes, 1993-1995, undated
15. Saint James United Church of Christ, 1989-1990
16. Sales Tax Liability Reports, 1998-2002
17. Samatulski, John. Correspondence, 1998
18. Sample Factsheets and Articles from NYCAP (binder contents) 1980-1992
19. School Grant Proposals, 1998-1999
20. Schools- Information Requests, 2000-2001
21. School IPM Legislation, 1999
22. School IPM Testimony, 1999 (1 of 2)
23. School Projects, 1994-1996, undated
24. School Policy Development, c. 1996
25. Schumann Foundation, 1993, undated
26. Sierra club Grant, 1990-1991
27. Sign-ons/Petitions/Bills, 1999-2001
28. Solicitation Materials, 1997, undated
29. Solicitations to Organizations and Individuals, 1990, undated
30. Solutions and other NYCAP Publications, Notes and Articles, 1996, undated
31. Solutions- Articles and Related Correspondence, 1995-1996
32. Solutions- Background Information on Monsanto Advertising/New York State Attorney General, 1996
33. Solutions- Correspondence, Article Drafts and Ideas, and Notes, 1996-1998, undated (1 of 2)
34. Solutions- Correspondence, Article Drafts and Ideas, and Notes, 1996-1998, undated (2 of 2)
35. Solutions, Drafts of Articles, c. 1995
36. Solutions- Endocrine Disruption- Drafts and Notes, 1996-1997
37. Solutions- Events, 1996-1998
38. Solutions- Featured and Sidebars, Spring 1996
39. Solutions- Ideas for Articles, 1997, undated
40. Solutions- ISSN Application, 1996
41. Solutions- Letters to the Editor, 1996
42. Solutions News- Drafts and Notes, 2001-2002
43. Solutions News- Summer 2002 Issue Master and Fundraising Appeal, 2002
44. Solutions- Originals, Volume 1, #1-2, 1996
45. Solutions- Research and Notes, 1996
46. Solutions, Volume 1, #2, Bulk Mail, 1996
47. Southern Tier NYCAP Chapter, Meeting Notes, 1994-1995
48. Staff/Board Training, 1994-1996
49. Staff Meeting and Description of Work Activities/Office Notes, 1995
50. Staff Meeting Minutes, Notes, and Planning, 1997
51. Staff Meeting Notes, 1998
52. Staff Memos, 1997-1998
53. Staff Retreat, 1997, undated
54. Staff Schedules (Weekly), 1995
55. State Outdoor Pesticide Use Invitation for Bid, 1992-1993
56. Statement of Purpose (NYCAP), c. 1997
57. Steering Committee, Minutes and Notes, 1989
58. Steering Committee, Minutes and Notes, 1990
59. Steering Committee, Minutes and Notes, 1991
60. Stock Purchase- Cisco Systems, 2000
61. Sustainable Advocacy Initiative, 1996
62. Sustainable Advocacy Initiative- Grant Source Possibilities, 1996, undated
63. Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program, 1997-1998
64. Sustainable Agriculture Subcontract to Tracy Frisch, 1996
65. Syracuse Correspondence, 1992-1994
66. Syracuse Hospitals Conference- Efficacy, 1997
67. Tax Exempt Forms, c. 1995
68. Telemarketing, 1998
69. Ten Year Anniversary, 1999
70. Testimony in Favor of Neighbor Notification to Albany County Legislature, Pamela Hadad Hurst, 2000

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Folder

1. Tides Foundation, 1990
2. Tierra Organic Farms- Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1994-1998 (1 of 4)
3. Tierra Organic Farms- Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1994-1998 (2 of 4)
4. Tierra Organic Farms- Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1994-1998 (3 of 4)
5. Tierra Organic Farms- Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1994-1998 (4 of 4)
6. Tom’s of Maine, 2002
7. Town Creek Foundation, 1992
8. Travel Expenses, 1996
9. Turner, Buffy, Assistant Director, Time Record, 1997-1998
10. Turner, Buffy- Progress Reports, Work Agreements, Job Description, 1995
11. Turner, Buffy, Resume and Career Information, 1997
12. U.S. Department of Agriculture Funding, 1995-1997
13. Video Tapping of “IPM for Healthcare Facilities”, Training Program, 1997
14. Volunteer Information, 1990-1995, undated
15. Volunteers (Potential), 1997
16. Wallace Genetic Foundation, 1996-2003
17. W. Alton Jones- Agreements, Proposals and Related Correspondence, 1998-2002
18. W. Alton Jones Foundation, 1989-1995

Box 10 (Legal Size)
Folder

1. W. Alton Jones- Progress Report, 1996-2001
2. W. Alton Jones- Reports and Proposals, 1996-2002
3. Websites and Other Online Resources, 2000-2001
4. Westchester Community Foundation- Interim Report, 2002
5. Westchester County /New York Activities, 1991-1994
6. Westchester- Outreach, Press, and Contracts
7. Western New York Society for Organic Horticulture (WNYSFOH), 2001, undated
8. Worker Protection Standards, 1993-1999

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Folder

1. Board Meeting, January 20, 1996
2. Budget- Proposed, 1996
3. Budgets, 1995-1998 (2 of 2)
4. Festival Participation, 1995-1996
5. Frisch vs. NYCAP, 1995-1996
6. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadside Training Conference, Finances, 1998
7. Internship Information, 1996, undated
8. Laura Ashley Foundation, Grant Application, 1998
9. NYCAP Floor Plan- Hamilton Street, Albany, undated
10. OSHTEP Grant (FY 1998-1999), DOL Budget Summaries, 1998
11. School IPM Testimony, 1999 (2 of 2)

 


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Series 2: Membership and Mailing Lists, 1988-2002

Box 1
Folder

1. Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES), Mailing List, 1991
2. General Mailing List, 1988-1989
3. General Mailing List, 1990
4. General Mailing List, 1995
5. General Mailing List, 1997
6. General Mailing List, Additions, 1988-1991
7. General Mailing List, Additions, 1992
8. General Mailing List, Additions, 1992
9. General Mailing List, Additions, 1993
10. General Mailing List, Additions, 1994
11. General Mailing List, Additions, 1994
12. General Mailing List, Additions, 1997-1998
13. General Mailing List, Additions, 1999, undated
14. General Mailing List, Additions From Events, 1988-1991
15. General Mailing List, Additions From Events, 1988-1991
16. General Mailing List, Address Changes, 1994
17. General Mailing List, Address Changes, 1995-1996
18. Environmental and Government Organizations, Mailing Lists, undated
19. Environmental Health Government Mailing List, 1990
20. Event Mailing Lists, 1989-1991, undated
21. Information Requests Mailing List and Misc. Notes, 1990
22. Landscaping Businesses Mailing List, 1993, undated
23. Lawn and Garden Referral Mailing List, 1996
24. Lawn Care Guide Mailing List, 1992, undated
25. Local Contacts Surveys and Mailing Lists, 1990, undated
26. Mailing Lists, Misc., 1989-1990, 1993, undated
27. Maintenance Jobs Mailing Lists, 1991
28. Membership List, 1990
29. Membership Renewals, 1991
30. Membership Renewals, 1991
31. Membership Renewals, 1991
32. Membership Renewals, 1991
33. Membership Renewals, 1992
34. Membership Renewals, 1992
35. Membership Renewals, 1992
36. Membership Renewals, 1992

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1. Membership Renewals, 1993
2. Membership Renewals, 1993
3. Membership Renewals, 1993
4. Membership Renewals, 1993
5. Membership Renewals, 1994
6. Membership Renewals, 1994
7. Membership Renewals, 1994
8. Membership Renewals, 1994
9. Membership Renewals, 1994
10. Membership Renewals, 1995
11. Membership Renewals, 1995
12. Membership Renewals, 1995
13. Membership Renewals, 1996
14. Membership Renewals, 1996
15. Membership Renewals, 1996
16. Membership Renewals, 1997
17. Membership Renewals, 1998
18. Membership Renewals, undated
19. Membership Renewals, Not on Member List, 1990
20. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales, 1998
21. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales, 1998
22. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales, 1999
23. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales and Invoices, 2000
24. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales and Invoices, 2001
25. Membership Renewals, Prepaid Sales and Invoices, 2002
26. Mothers and Others for Pesticide Limits Contact Lists, 1989-1990
27. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Mailing Lists, 1991-1993, 1995, undated
28. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Support Group Membership, 1992-1993
29. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Support Group of the Capitol District Membership Renewals, 1993
30. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Task Force Mailing List, 1995
31. New York and Pennsylvania Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP), Membership List, 1991
32. New York State Farm Alliance Membership and Program Notes, 1988, undated
33. NYCAP News Mailing List Additions, 1992-1994, undated
34. Northeast Green Movement Groups Mailing List, 1990
35. Northeast Working Group for a Sustainable Food System Articles of Association and Member Lists, 1992-1993
36. Statewide Environmental Groups, Mailing Lists, 1989-1990


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Series 3: Pesticide Laws, Policy, and Enforcement, 1980-1999

Box 1
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1. Albany – City Pesticide Phase-out, correspondence and code, 2002
2. Albany-City Pesticide Policy, 1997-1998
3. Albany County Hall of Records – Millipede Infestation, 1997-2001
4. Albany County Legislature, Resolution #46 of 1998 - Pesticide Phase-out, 1998
5. Albany County Pest Control – Contracts with Pest Control Providers, Resolution 46-9, IPM, 1998-2000
6. Albany County Pesticide Resolution, 1998
7. Albany County Pesticide Sunset Ordinance Training Manual, 2000
8. Albany County Sunset Policy/Resolution 46-a on Pesticide Reduction, 1998
9. Bethlehem Pesticide Reduction Project, 1998
10. Bethlehem Pesticide Watch, Correspondence and Notes, 1998-2000
11. Bethlehem Pesticide Watch Presentation-Pamela Hadad Hurst , Neighbor Notification Law, 2001
12. Brodsky Pesticide Sunset Bill A.9107, 1998
13. Buffalo – Pest Management Board, 1997-1998
14. Buffalo Pest Management Board, Pesticide Sunset Ordinance, 1996-1999
15. Canada – United States Trade Agreement {CUSTA}, Technical Working Group on Pesticides, 1998
16. Central New York Environment, “Rebutting Arguments Against Pesticide Notification,” Feb./March 2001
17. City of Albany – Department of Water and Water Supply, 1997
18. Communities in Action – Pesticide Ordinance In Cleveland Heights, Ohio, 1998
19. Correspondence from New Zealand on Reducing Herbicide Use and Government Pesticide Policy, 1998
20. Environmental Associates of New York/NYPIRG, Excerpts from Pesticide Phase-out Manual, updated
21. Environmental Impact Statement-{Binder Contents} on risks due to use of Scourge, Dibrom14 and Malathion {1 of 2}, 1979-1990
22. Environmental Impact Statement – {Binder Contents, {2 of 2}, 1979-1990
23. Environmental Management Councils and Conservation Commissions, Background Information and NYCAP Appeal, 1990-1993
24. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act {FIFRA} / NCAMP, 1987-1992
25. Homeowner’s Insurance / Pesticide Contamination, 1993-1994
26. Interim Report: The NYS Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation’s Oversight Investigation and Performance Audit of the NYSDEC, 1998 {1 of 2}
27. Interim Report: The NYS Assembly Committee on Environmental Conservation’s Oversight Investigation and Performance Audit of the NYSDEC, 1998 {2 of 2}
28. “Into the Sunset,” Photos, [1998?]
29. Legal Actions Concerning Pesticide Use – National, 1995-2002
30. Legal Decisions in Cases Relating to Pesticides – New York, 1989-1999
31. Local Government Rights to Regulate Pesticides – U.S. Supreme Court Case, 1991-1992
32. Local Pest Management Laws – Buffalo, 1990
33. Local Pest Management Laws – Buffalo – Pest Management Board, 1991-1995
34. Local Pest Management Laws – Canada, 1993-2001
35. Local Pest Management Laws – Florida, 1991-1993
36. Local Pest Management Laws – Long Island, 1992-1993
37. Local Pest Management Laws – New Jersey, 1992, undated
38. Local Pest Management Laws – Orchard Park, 1989, undated
39. Local Pest Management Laws – Rochester, 1992-1994
40. Local Pest Management Laws – Rockland County, 1992-1995
41. Local Pest Management Laws – Rockland County, Sensible Pest Management Committee, 1993-1995
42. Local Pest Management Laws – Thurston County, Washington, 1989-1991
43. Maine State Legislature, Office of Policy and Legal Analysis, Final Report of the Commission to Study the Use of Herbicides, 1990-1992
44. Massachusetts – Proposed Legislation Banning Use of Nonagricultural Pesticides, 1994-1997
45. NCAMP, Compilation of State and Local Pesticide Regulations with Related Articles, 1982-1995
46. NYCAMP Testimony {Jay Feldman} on the Public’s Exposure to pesticides Before U.S. House and Senate, 1990-1991
47. Neighbor Notification Law-Dept. of Environmental Conservation Guidelines, 2000
48. Neighbor Notification –NYCAP Information Packet Updates, and Memos, 1996-1998
49. Neighbor Notification – Pamela Hadad Hurst Testimony, 2001
50. New Jersey – State Executive Order on Use of IPM for Pest Management, 1993
51. New York Healthy Schools Network, Bills in NYS Legislature {Memos in Support of}, 1998
52. New York State Attorney General / Environmental Protection Bureau, Correspondence and Notes, 1999
53. New York State Attorney General, Legal Actions Concerning Pesticide Use, 1989, 2000-2002
54. New York State Attorney General, Pest Control in Public Housing, Schools, and Parks: Urban Children at Risk, 2002
55. New York State Attorney General, Pesticide Issues, 1999-2001
56. New York State DEC, Pesticide Regulations, 1996-1997
57. New York State DEC, Rules and Regulations Relating to the Application of Pesticides – Draft, 1996
58. New York State Dept. of Agriculture and Markets, Sound Agriculture Practices / Right to Farm – Lawsuits, 1996-1999
59. New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Annual Report on New York State Pesticides Sales and Application, 1999
60. New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Integrated Pest Management Plan, 1994
61. New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Part 325 – Rules and Regulation Relating to the Application of Pesticides, 2000
62. New York State, Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Part 375 Hazardous Waste Disposal Site Remedial Program, 1992
63. New York State, Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Proposed Antidegradation Review Process for New York State, 1993
64. New York State, Dept. of Health, “Pesticide Poisoning Registry Report, 1995 and 1996,” 1997
65. New York State Education Dept., Neighbor Notification for Schools, 2001
66. New York State, Environmental Conservation Law Relating to Pesticides, Circular 863, 1987
67. New York State, Executive Chamber, IPM Program Implementation, 1993

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1. New York State Office of General Services, IPM Policies and Procedures, 1993-1995
2. New York State Office of General Services, Pest Control through Integrated Pest Management, Position Paper, 1994
3. New York State, Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law – Summary, Guide, Articles, Correspondence, Sample Notices, 1999-2000
4. NYPIRG, Neighbor Notification, 1996-1998
5. NYPIRG, Sunset Ordinance Fact sheet and Action Alert, 2000, undated
6. Pest Management Board, Buffalo, Meeting Minutes and Related Articles, 1995
7. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Comparison of Sunset Ordinances in Buffalo and Albany County, 1995-2001
8. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Meeting Minutes, Pest Management Plan, Phase-out Variance Reavest, 1998-2002
9. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Memoranda, Variance Requests, Meeting Minutes, 2001
10. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Pest Control Practices and Contracts, 1996-1998
11. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Pest Control Practices and Contracts, Memos, Correspondence, and Minutes, 1998-2000
12. Pest Management Committee {Albany County} – Pesticide use, 1998-2003
13. “Pest Management Practices: A Survey of Public School Districts in New York State, “NYS IPM Program, 2002
14. Pesticide Action League, recent Changes in Pesticide Use in Southern Ontario and Canada, circa 1992
15. Pesticide Management Advisory Council {PMAC} Meeting- 2/9/00 and 12/20/00, Notes, Agendas, and NYS Documents, 2000
16. Pesticide Neighbor Notification, history and Previous Legislation, 1995-1998
17. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Albany County, 2000-2002
18. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Examples of School Notices, 2001-2002 19. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law in New York State, Information Packet, 1999-2001
20. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Nassau and Westchester Counties, 2000-2001
21. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law – NYCAP Letters of Support, 2001-2002
22. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Onondaga County, 2000-2001
23. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Rensselear County, 2000-2002
24. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law, Various New York Counties, 2000-2002
25. Pesticide Neighbor Notification, Pamela Hadad Hurst Testimony to Albany County Legislature in Support, 2000
26. Pesticide Phase-out Proposals or Resolutions from Various New York State Communities, 1999-2000
27. Pesticide Phase-out Proposals or Resolutions Outside of New York State, 1995-2000
28. Pesticide Reduction Working Group / Pesticide Right-to-Know and Reduction Project, Correspondence and Meeting Minutes, 1997-1998
29. Pesticide Reporting Bill, Correspondence and Other Materials, 1996-1998
30. Pesticide Reporting Law, 1996-2001, Article
31. Pesticide Use – Jones Beach State Park Case, 1993
32. Pesticide Use Reduction in Indonesia, 1988-1993
33. Pesticide Use Reduction – Unites States, 1993-1994
34. Phase-out / Sunset Ordinance Overview, New York State, circa 2000
35. “Poisoning the Public For Profit: Pesticide Use and Abuse in the Empire State,” Report to New York State Assemble, 1990
36. “Pro-Pesticides” Legislation, 1989-1990
37. Public Policy Dispute Resolution Forums, 1991-1996
38. Rensselaer County Environmental Management Council / Pesticide Notification Law Committee, 2000-2001
39. San Francisco Environment Code, 2002
40. State Pesticide Laws – Arizona, 1990-1993
41. State Pesticide Use Laws – California, 1988-1999
42. State Pesticide Use Laws – Florida, 1989, 1994
43. State Pesticide Use Laws – Hawaii, 1985-1988
44. State Pesticide Use Laws – Louisiana, circa 1985
45. State Pesticide Use Laws – Maine, 1984-1998
46. State Pesticide Use Laws – Massachusetts, 1988-1993
47. State Pesticide Use Laws – Minnesota, 1988
48. State Pesticide Use Laws – Mississippi, 1988
49. State Pesticide Use Laws – New Hampshire, 1988
50. State Pesticide Use Laws – New Jersey, 1989-1994, undated
51. State Pesticide Use Laws – New York, 1996-1998, undated
52. State Pesticide Use Laws – North Carolina, 1987-1999
53. States Pesticide Use Laws – Oregon, 1978-1991, undated
54. State Pesticide Use Laws- Pennsylvania, 1987-1993

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1. State Pesticide Use Laws – Rhode Island, 1987-1988
2. State Pesticide Use Laws – Texas, 1998
3. State Pesticide Use Laws – Vermont, 1985-1986
4. State Pesticide Use Laws – Virginia, circa 1980
5. State Pesticide Use Laws – Washington, 1989-1990
6. Structural Pesticide Notification – Proposed regulations by New York State DEC, 1997-1998
7. Sunset Ordinance Information Packet, 1998
8. Understanding Relevant Laws and Regulations, 1999-2000, undated
9. United States, EPA, Office of Pesticide Programs, Ecological Effects Branch, 1993
10. Westchester County – Pest Management Committee, 1995-1997
11. Women’s Health and Dioxins from Tampons and Feminine Napkins {Federal Bill; HR-2900}, 1998

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  1. Bethlehem Pesticide Watch – Talk by James Moore, Correspondence, and Reports, 1998 <br/>
  2. State Pesticide Use Laws – Connecticut, 1988 <br/>

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Series 4: Conferences, Classes, and Workshops, 1985-2002

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1. Another Way to Be Green: Learning with Gold Course Innovations, Meeting Agendas and Flyers, 1998
2. Audubon Meetings re: West Nile Virus, 2000
3. Avian Pesticides Meeting, 2000
4. Bethlehem Pesticide Watch – Talk notes, 1998
5. Beyond Pesticides Forum – Stop the Poisoning, 2000
6. Binghamton – area Conference on IPM for Schools, Municipalities, State Agencies, Hospitals, etc., 1995
7. Brooklyn Landscape Gardeners’ Association Conference ’98 – Remarks
8. Building the Sustainable Economy Conference, 1996
9. Children and Pesticides – Presentation Materials, 1995 – 2002 10. Community and Public Service Program Agency Fair, University at Albany {SUNY}, 1999
11. Conference Flyers and Other Brief Descriptions, 1995
12. Conference Materials – Various Conferences, 2000-2001
13. Conference on IPM for Buildings and Grounds, Syracuse-area, 1995
14. Conference Planning, 1997, undated
15. Conference Planning – New York State Nurses Association / IPM, 2001 16. Consumer’s Union Pesticide Conference, Austin, Texas, 2000
17. CSEA {Civil Service Employees Union} Statewide Conference on Occupational Safety and Health, 1999
18. Earth Day Lobby Day, 2000
19. Earth Day, Lobby Day, and Rally, 2002
20. Effective Pest Control Conference, Hamilton/Fulton/Montgomery County BOCES, 1995
21. Environmental Advocates – Environment ’97, 1997
22. Environmental Roundtable with Eliot Spitzer and Hillary Clinton / Earth Day Lobby Day, 2001
23. Facilities and Services Conference / Green Campus Green Community, SUNY – Stony Brook, 1999
24. GMO{Genetically Modifies Organisms} Lobby Day, 2002
25. Health Effects of Pesticides on the Job Speech, 1996
26. Herbicides and Right-of-Way Management – Conference Binder, undated
27. Hurst, Pam Hadad – Speech to N.Y.S. Superintendents of Buildings and Grounds Association, Nassau County Chapter, 1999
28. Integrated Pest Management for Healthcare Facilities Conference, 1997
29. Integrated Pest Management for Nassau County Building and Grounds Conference, 1995
30. Integrated Pest Management for School Buildings and Grounds Conference, 1998
31. Integrated Pest Management Teleconference, Reference Materials, 1993
32. integrated Turf Management for Schools Conference, 1998
33. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Conference / Roadside Right of Way Information Packet, 1998
34. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, 1998
35. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, California’s for Alternative to Toxics Correspondence, 1998
36. integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference – Caltrans Involvement, 1997-1998
37. Integrated vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Conference Evaluations, 1998
38. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Correspondence and Contacts, 1997-1998
39. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Co-sponsors-Planning and Correspondence, 1998
40. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Educational Display Materials, 1992-1998
41. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Educational Display List and Correspondence, 1998
42. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Invites / Outreach, 1998, undated
43. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, IPM Practioners Association Information, 1995-1998 44. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, New York State Bill Related to IVM, 1998
45. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, NYS DOT Sponsorship / Correspondence, 1998
46. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Press, 1998
47. Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Roster and Recertification Course Application, 1998
48. integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides Training Conference, Speakers – Planning and Correspondence, 1997-1998
49. IPM for Building Managers, and IPM: An Icebreaker, Program Evaluations, 1994
50. IPM for Health Care Facilities Conference, 1996
51. IPM for HealthCare Facilities Conference Planning, Syracuse,1996
52. IPM for HealthCare Facilities Training Conference, Albany, 1998
53. IPM for Nassau County Buildings and Grounds Conference, 1995
54. IVM for Roadsides Training Conference, NYS DEC – Pesticide Notification Requirements for Rights-of-Way, 1996-1998
55. IVM for Roadsides Training Conference, Survey on Pesticide Use by Monroe County {N.Y.} Towns, 1998
56. Learning Sustainability Conference, 2001
57. National Ecology Conference, 1994

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1. National Pesticide Forum, 15th Anniversary - Adopting a Lifestyle for Change, 1996 {1 of 2}
2. National Pesticide Forum, 15th Anniversary – Adopting a Lifestyle for Change, 1996 {2 of 2}
3. National Pesticide Forum, 15th – Synergy: Chemicals, Coalitions and the Environment, 1997
4. National Pesticide Forum [17th] and Eighth National California Pesticide Organizing Conference, 1998-1999
5. National Pesticide Forum, 18th – Beyond Pesticides: Solving a Public Health Crisis, 2000 {1 of 2}
6. National Pesticide Forum {18th} – Beyond Pesticides: Solving a Public Health Crisis, 2000 {2 of 2}
7. National Pesticides Forum [19th] Healthy Ecosystems, Healthy Children, 2001
8. National Pesticide Forum [20th], 2002
9. National Pesticide Forum {20th} – Streams to Schools: Finding Alternative to Pesticides, 2002
10. NCAMP Conference – Notes, 2000
11. NESAWG Leadership Congress on the Future of Agriculture and the Food System in the Northeastern United States, 1995
12. New York City Rat Forum, 2000
13. New York State Pesticide Product Registration Workshop, December 1995
14. Nonprofits and Academia: Strategies to Shape Social Change, Conference at the University at Albany, 1999
15. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conference, Buffalo, 2001
16. Non-toxic Pest management for Schools and Municipalities Conference, Buffalo, Participant Survey’s 2001
17. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conference, Suffolk County, 2001 18. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conference, Suffolk County, Participant Survey’s, 2001
19. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conferences, 2001, undated
20. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conference Westchester County Center Participant Survey’s, 2001
21. Non-toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities Conference, Westchester County Center, 2001
22. Non-toxic Pest Management {NTPM} Training Conference – Speakers, 2000-2001
23. Northeast Region Golf Course IPM Project – Meeting Notes, 2001
24. NYCAP Presentations at Conferences, 1998
25. NYCAP School Presentations, Pamela Hadad Hurst, 2000
26. NYCAP Workshop on Implementing Safe Pest Coest Control, 1995
27. NYPIRG Training, 2000
28. Organic Gardening, Speech Notes, 1998
29. Organic Lawn Conference, Presque Isle Audubon Society, Erie, PA, 2002
30. Overhead Slides – Various Presentations, 1996-2001, undated
31. Ozone Action Press Conference, March 2, 2000
32. PAN {Pesticide Action Network} North American Regional Conference, Getting On-Line, 1992
33. PAN {Pesticide Action Network} North American Regional Conference, Information Provider’s Meeting, 1992
34. Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment conference, 2002
35. Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment Meeting, 2001
36. Pest Management Workshop : Materials and Methods, 1983
37. Pesticide Applicator Certification and Training – Articles, Laws, Correspondence, 1987-1992
38. “Pesticide Reduction for a Healthier Environment” Panel Discussion / IPM Talk, 2001

Box 3
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1. Pesticide Project Brochure, 1997
2. Pesticide Training for Farm workers Project {1 of 3} 19997-1998
3. Pesticide Training for Farm workers Project {2 of 3} 19997-1998
4. Pesticide Training for Farm workers Project {3 of 3} 19997-1998
5. Pesticide Training for Farm workers Project – Pesticide Information, 1998
6. Pesticide Use in and around the Home Seminar, Cornell Cooperative Extension of the Ulster County, 2000
7. Presentation by Phil Landrigan, Children’s Environmental Health: The State of the Science, 2002
8. Presentations Given by Pamela Hadad Hurst, 1999-2001
9. Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch, Briefing Packet for the NCAMP Conference on NAFTA, GATT and Globalization, 1996
10. Roadside Vegetation Management – Selected Bibliography Prepared by TERIS for the CTE Teleconference, 1997
11. Rochesterians Against the Misuse of Pesticides {RAMP} Presentation, 2000
12. South Fork Groundwater Task Force, Are We Poisoning Ourselves? {Conference}, 1998
13. South Huntington School District Environmental Awareness Earth Day Fair, Correspondence, 2001

Box 4
Folder

1. Speeches, 1996-2000, undated
2. Statewide Highway Maintenance Managers’ Conference {1994} / Flyers from Various Conferences, 1989-1994
3. West Nile Virus and Mosquito Management Summit, 2001
4. Westchester / Earth Day Summit, 2002
5. Westchester Earth Service Corps / Federated Conservationists of Westchester County, 2001
6. Westchester Earth Service Corps / Federated Conservationists of Westchester County – High School Pre-Earth Day Summit, 2002
7. Westchester Earth Service Corps. Training Retreat, 2000-2001
8. Workshops and Conferences – Notes, Information Distributed, Surveys, and Correspondence, 1993-2001, undated
9. WRPI, “Fierce Green Fire” Talk, Pam Hadad Hurst, 2001

Box 5
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1. Food Processing / Safety, Correspondence, Conference Materials and Reports, 1990-1992


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Subseries 1:Activist Organizations and Coalitions

Box 1
Folder

1. Arizona Toxics Information, Articles and Report, 1991-1992
2. Beyond Pesticides – Budget Proposal, 1996
3. Beyond Pesticides – Fact sheets, 1995
4. Beyond Pesticides – A Call to Action and Mailers, 1995, undated
5. Beyond Pesticides – Contract Amendment, Notes, and Correspondence, 1995-1996, undated
6. Beyond Pesticides – Correspondence, Pesticide Incident Records, and Contracts, 1996
7. Beyond Pesticides – Information Packet, 1990-1996
8. Beyond Pesticides – Membership, 1995

10. Beyond Pesticides – Proposal, Update, Agenda, Articles and Correspondence, 1995-1996
11. Beyond Pesticides – Reports, 1995-1997
12. Beyond Pesticides – Summary and Updates, 1995-1997
13. Beyond Pesticides, Voices for Pesticide Reform: The Case for Safe Practices and Sound Policy, 1996
14. Californians for Pesticide Reform, 2001
15. Center for Health, Environment and Justice / Citizen’s Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, 1992-1994, undated
16. Central Indiana Human Ecology Action League Information, 1995
17. Central New York Human Ecology Action Information, no date
18. Citizens Against Pesticides, Newsletters and Other Materials, 1989-1991
19. Citizen’s Environmental Coalition / Toxics in Your Community Coalition, 1989-1992
20. Citizens Environmental Laboratory, Pesticide Information Resources, undated
21. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow, Correspondence and Articles, 1990
22. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow, Volume 2, 1990 [1 of 2]
23. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow, Volume 2, 1990 [2 of 2]
24. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow, Volume 3, 1990 [1 of 2]
25. Citizens for a Better Tomorrow, Volume 3, 1990 [2 of 2]
26. Citizens for Alternatives to Pesticides [CAP], Quebec, Canada, Correspondence and Articles, 1992-1993, undated
27. Clean Water Action, Newsletters and Reports, 1991-1993
28. Collaborative on Health and the Environment, 2002
29. Community and Rural Development Institute [CARDI], Innovations in Community and Rural Development, 1993
30. Community Warehouse Program, no date
31. Concern, Inc. Pesticides in Our Communities: Choices for Change, 1992
32. Correspondence with Various Environmental Groups, 1989-2002
33. Design for a Livable Plant [DLP], 1991
34. Ecological Agriculture Projects, Quebec, Canada, Publications and Reports, 1982-1991
35. Environmental Clearinghouse of Schenectady [ECOS], Annual Report and Brochures, 1991-1993, undated
36. The Environmental Exchange, 1991-1992, undated
37. Environmental Fund Raisers News Clippings, 1992-1993
38. Environmental Planning Lobby / New York Environmental Institute, Publications and Other Materials, 1989-1991
39. Great Lakes United, 1991-1994, undated
40. Green CAP / Green Decade Coalition, Newton, Mass. , 1998
41. Green Corps, Ancient Forests Campaign, 1993, undated
42. Hudsonia, Newsletters and Organization Background, 1990-1994
43. Human Ecology Action League, Various Groups, no dates
44. Illinois Pesticide Education Network, 1996
45. INFACT / General Electric Radioactive and Toxic Waste Issues, 19990-1991, undated
46. INFORM, Articles, 1993-1994
47. Institute for Local Self-Reliance, Press Releases and Brochures, 1991-1993, undated
48. Interfaith Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment, 2001-2002, undated
49. Interfaith Social Action Coalition Projects, 1990
50. Kitchawan Institute, 2000, undated
51. The Land Institute, 1991-1993
52. The Land Stewardship Project, Program Update, 2000
53. Learning Disabilities Association of New York State, 2000-2002, undated
54. Long Island Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides [LICAP]. 1990-1994
55. Meadow creek / Kerr Center for Sustainable Agriculture, 1993, undated
56. Mosquito Coalition Draft statement, 2000
57. Mothers and Others for a Livable Planet / NRDC, Publications and Correspondence, 1989-1993
58. Motor less Otsego, 1994
59. National Audubon Society, Publications – Activist and Action Agenda, 1992-1993
60. Natural Organic Farmers’ Association of New York, [NOFA], 1989-1993, undated
61. NCAMP – Brochures, Correspondence, Membership, 1981-2001

Box 2
Folder

1. NYCAP, Brochures and Membership, 1979-2001,
2. Neighborhood Network, Nassau / Suffolk Counties, Articles and Flyers, 1992-2001
3. New England Environmental Network, Newsletters and Conference Brochures, 1992-1993
4. New Jersey Environmental Federation, Newsletter and Brochure, 1995
5. New York State Natural Food Associates, Conference and Non-conference Brochures, 1993, undated
6. “NO Incinerator” – Iron Bound Committee Against Toxic Wastes, no date
7. Pesticide Action Network, Press Releases / Articles, 1989-1999
8. Pesticide Action Network [PAN], Publications and Membership, 1996-2000
9. Pesticide and Environmental Groups, Other States, no date
10. Pesticide Reform Coalition, 1993-1994, no date
11. Pesticide Watch – The Crop Duster and Pesticide Legislative Watch, 1993
12. Pesticide Watch to Stop Toxic Crime, no date
13. Port Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides [PORTCAP], 1994, undated
14. Rachel Carson Council, 1987-1994
15. Radioactive Waste – Activist Groups Involvement, Publications and Reports, 1989-1991
16. Renew America – Reports, Brochures and Correspondence, 1991-1993, undated
17. Rhode Island Group for Alternatives to Spraying Pesticides [RIGASP], Correspondence and Article, 1989-1990
18. Rochester Council on Occupational Safety and Health [ROCOSH], Flyers and Correspondence, 1989-1993
19. Rochesterians Against the Misuse of Pesticides [RAMP], Articles and News Releases, 1988-1991
20. Rodale Institute – News Releases, Annual Report and Brochures, 1998-2002
21. Rural Opportunities Inc. [ROI}, Annual Report and Fundraising Letters, 1993-2002
22. Sierra Clun – Hudson Mohawk Group, Publications and Meeting Notes, 1989-1992
23. Sierra Club of Canada, Pesticide Informer, undated
24. Texans for Alternatives to Pesticides [TAP], Brochure, circa 200
25. Women’s Environmental and Development Organization [WEDO], Reports and Brochures, 1991-1992, undated

Box 3
Folder

1. Connecticut Fund for the Environment, Publications, Reports, and Correspondence, 1988-1992
2. Vermont Public Interest Research Group [VPIRG], Articles and Brochure, 1986-1989, undated


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 2:Agriculture and Lawn

Box 1
Folder

1. 5 Year Food and Nutrition Plan, 1988-1992
2. Acetic Acid Based Herbicides [Vinegar / Lemon Juice], 2001-2002
3. Agricultural Opportunities and Markets in Delaware and Otsego Counties, 1992
4. Agricultural Policy, New Clippings, 1981-1985
6. Agricultural Research and Development Grant Program, 1988
7. Agriculture in Rural New York State: Action Agenda, 1985
8. Agro-Chemical Companies, 2002
9. Air/Waste/Soil Quality Reports and Articles, 1989, 1993, 1995, no date
10. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas [ATTRA], 1990-1993
11. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas [ATTRA] – Rotational Grazing and No-till Farming, 1996-1997 12. ATTRA – Sustainable Weed Management for Agronomic Crops Information Package, 1991
13. Beekeepers, 1994
14. Black Locust Tree Control – Pine Bush, undated
15. Cabbage Field Pests Research and News Clippings, 1986, no date
16. Cabbage Root Maggot Research and News Clippings, 1908, 1911, 1916, 1921, 1926, 1935, 1949, 1951-52, 1957, 1962-69
17. Cabbage Root Maggot Research and New Clippings, 1970-1979
18. Cabbage Root Maggot Research and News Clippings, 1980-1985
19. Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture, 1995
20. Canadian Agriculture Action Groups, no date
21. Canadian Organic Farming Articles and Conferences, 1985, 1988-89
22. Cancerous Pesticides in the News, 1993-1994
23. Carcinogenic Pesticides on Food, 1992-1999
24. Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Tierra Organic Farms – Program Agreement with NYS Attorney General’s Office, 1997
25. Census of Agriculture Orange County, NY, 1992
26. Center for Agricultural Development and Entrepreneurship Membership Information, 1993
27. Change In Pesticide Thought, 1998
28. Chemical Fertilizer Issues, 2001-2002, undated
29. The Chemical Free Lawn by Warren Schultz, no date
30. Clinton Pesticide Plan and Bill, 1993-1994
31. Cleaner Foods, Cleaner Kitchens Alliance / Cuisine Group, 1993-1994
32. Community and Rural Development Institute [CARDI] of Cornell University
33. Community Gardening, 1988-1994
34. Community Supported Agriculture, 1991-1992, 1994
35. Composting at Home, 1997-2001, undated
36. Composting – Controversies and Misc., 1997-2002
37. Congress and Pesticides, 1987, 1993
38. Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education [CSARE], 1993-1999
39. Consumer Attitudes Toward Pesticides, 1994
40. Conventional Agriculture – Articles, 1990-2002
41. Corn Gluten – Based Herbicides, 1997-2002, undated
42. Cornell Cooperative Extension, 1993 Pest Management Recommendations for Commercial Production and Maintenance of Trees and Shrubs, 1993
43. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Food Safety, 1990-1991
44. Cornell Cooperative Extension, Lawn Care without Pesticides, 1987-1995
45. “Cornell Recommendations for Pest Control for Commercial Production and Maintenance of Trees and Shrubs,” 1984-1985
46. Cornell University, Press Releases on Agricultural Issues 1991-1994
47. Cornell Turf grass Program, Annual Report, 1996-1997
48. Cornell Turf grass Program, General Information, undated
49. Crabgrass and Dandelion Control, 1988-1996, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Crop Choice Sponsorship / Genetically Modified Organisms, Correspondence, 2000
2. Dandelion and Mowing Height Study, Photograph and Slides, undated
3. Delaney Clause, 1994
4. Delaney Clause and “Negligible Risk”, 1988-1990
5. Delaney Clause Information – NYCAP/NCPPR, 1995-1996
6. Drift of Pesticides, 1990-2002
7. Economic Impacts of Reduced Pesticide use on Fruits and Vegetables, 1994
8. Educating Children on Eating Healthy, 1994
9. Enviro Health Inspection Service – Organic Lawn Care and Gardening, 1997
10. Farm Bill 1985, 1984-1990
11. Farm Bill 1990, 1990-1991
12. Farm Bills 1995, 1992-1995, undated
13. Farm Bill 2002 – Policy Initiatives, 2001
14. Farm Marketing, 1988, 1994
15. Farm Research, 1996
16. The Farm Worker, 1989
17. Farm Worker Advocacy Day, 2000
18. Farm Worker Justice Fund, 1989, 1991
19. Farm Worker Outreach Programs, 1992
20. Farm Worker Safety, 1985-2001, undated {1 of 2}
21. Farm Worker Safety, 1985-2001, undated {2 of 2}
22. Farm Workers in NYS, 1996, 2000 ,undated
23. Farm Workers, Labor Issues, 1991-1997
24. Farm Workers Legal Services in New York, 1992
25. Farm Workers – Pesticide Exposure, 1994, 1996-1997, 2000, undated
26. Fear in the Fields – Seattle Times News Clipping, 1997
27. Fish and Wild life, 1992
28. Flame Weeding, 1992-2002
29. FLO Agricultural Project Notebook, 1986
30. Flowers and Pesticides, 2001
31. Flowers and Work Production, 1999, 2002
32. Food Co-op Conference, 1990
33. Food Co-ops, 1994, undated
34. Food – Pesticide and Chemical Residues, 1994-2002
35. Food Quality Protection Act, 2001
36. Food Residue Testing – Correspondence, Reports, and Notes, 1986-1990
37. Food Safety Articles, 1988-1994, undated {1 of 3}
38. Food Safety Articles, 1988-1994, undated {2 of 3}
39. Food Safety Articles, 1988-1994, undated {3 of 3}
40. Food Safety – New York State Legislation and Tracy Frisch / NYCAP Involvement, 1989-1992
41. Frisch {Tracey}, Sustainable Agriculture, New York State Legislation, 1989
42. Gardening, 1994-1995
43. Gardening, IPM 1990, 1994

Box 3
Folder

1. Genetic Engineering / Biotechnology, 1996-2002 {1 of 3}
2. Genetic Engineering / Biotechnology, 1996-2002 {2 of 3}
3. Genetic Engineering / Biotechnology, 1996-2002 {3 of 3}
4. Genetically Engineered Food, 1988-2000, undated
5. Genetically Modified Organisms – General Information, 2002
6. Genetically Modified Organisms – New York Times Article re: Trader Joe’s ban on GMO, 2001
7. Genetically Modified Organisms – New Release, 2002
8. GMO Lobby Day, 2002
9. Gold / Another Way to Be Green Project, 1995
10. Golf – Aquatic Impacts, 1990-1997, undated
11. Golf – Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, 1995-2001
12. Gold – Contacts, 1991-1997
13. Gold and Pesticides – New York State Attorney General 1991 – 1994
14. Gold Course Pesticides – Adirondack Park Agency, 1992, undated
15. Gold Courses – Environmental Issues, 1993-2001, undated
16. Gold Courses – Information Collected by Vilma Gregoropoulous, 1993-1999
17. Gold Courses {Information Packet}, 1990-1997
18. Golf Environmental Principles, 1993-1995, undated
19. Golf – Human Health Issues, 1991-1996
20. Golf – “IPM on Gold Courses,” 1997
21. Golf – NCAP / Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1991-1992
22. Golf – Organic, 1995-2001, undated
23. Golf – Proposed Courses, 1996-2001
24. Golf – Southwestern U.S. / Desert, 1989-1993
25. Golf / Turf grass Management – Community Used Chemicals, 1999-2002
26. Golf – Water Quality Enhancement, 1996
27. Gold – Woodcrest Country Club Pesticide Use, 1998
28. Grassroots Calgary / Grassroots N.W. Environmental Awareness Society, Lawns for Kids, 1994
29. Great Lakes: Great Gardening Fact Sheets, no date
30. Greater New York Natural Organic Landscapes Network Member Advertising, 1990-1992
31. Greater New York Natural Organic Landscapes Network Member Listing and Correspondence, 1990-1992
32. Greater New York Natural Organic Landscapes Network Registration Forms, 1991,
33. Hazardous Waste in Fertilizers, 1997-2002
34. Hot Water, Steam and Infrared Weeding Techniques, 1992-2001
35. Houseplants, undated
36. Hydroponics, undated
37. Imported Food, 1987-1989, 1991-1992
38. “In Our Own Backyard,” Pesticide Use in NYS, 1987
39. Insects and Diseases of Trees and Forests, Articles, 1989-1991, no date
40. Integrated Pest Management Programs in Landscaping, 1985-1988, 1992
41. International Food Safety, 1993-1994
42. International Sustainable Agriculture Groups and Programs, 1988-1989, no date
43. IPM for Golf Courses, 1997-2002
44. IPM for Trees and Shrubs on School Grounds, undated [1996 or later]
45. IPM in National Parks, 1991-1994, undated
46. IPM / New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, 1988-1994
47. IPM Program at North Shore Country Club, Glenview, IL, 1997-1998, undated
48. Landscape Pest Control Strategies and New Clippings, 1990, 1992, no date
49. Landscape Pests and Damages News Clippings, 1984-1989, 1991
50. Landscaping and Lawn care Referrals, 1999-2002, undated
51. Landscaping – Ecological/Organic, 1990-1996, undated
52. Landscaping, Handwritten Notes, 1991-1992, no date
53. Lawn – Alternative Vegetation, 1990-1994
54. Lawn – Biological Urban Gardening Services {BUGS}, 1989-1994
55. Lawn Care Alternatives / Natural Lawn Care, 1986-2002
56. Lawn Care and Water Resources News Clippings, 1993, no date

Box 4
Folder

1. Lawn Care Certification, 1996-1998
2. Lawn Care – Contracting For, 1989-1994, undated
3. Lawn Care Information, 1990-2002
4. Lawn Care Pesticide Issues, 1990-2002
5. Lawn Care Pesticides: A Guide For Action, no date
6. Lawn Care Without Pesticides, Strategies and News Clippings, 1989-1996
7. Lawn Chemicals and Pesticide Dangers, News Clippings, 1989-1996
8. Lawn – Citizen Activism, 1986-1991, undated
9. Lawn – Dandelions, 1990-2002
10. Lawn – Disease Control, 1985-2001
11. Lawn – Ecological Supplies, 1990-1993, undated
12. Lawn – Fertilizers, 1992-1998, undated
13. Lawn – Insect Control, 1984-1994
14. Lawn – IPM – EPA, 1990-1992
15. Lawn / Landscaping – Miscellaneous, 1986-1997
16. Lawn Letter{to editor} – Response to Inquiry, 1994
17. Lawn – Mowing, 1991-1994, undated
18. Lawn – Natural / Organic, 1988-1995
19. Lawn – Natural Organic Standards, 1993-1994
20. Lawn Packet – NYCAP, 1989-1992
21. Lawn – Pesticide Campaign 1994 – Capital District, 1994-1995, undated
22. Lawn Pesticides, 1986-1995 {1 of 2}
23. Lawn Pesticides, 1986-1995 {2 of 2}
24. Lawn – Pesticides – Activist Flyers, 1987-1989, undated
25. Lawn – Pesticides – Advertising, 1988-1993
26. Lawn – Pesticides – Albany Press, 1987-1993
27. Lawn Pesticides: An Unacceptable Risk, 2002
28. Lawn Pesticides and Pest Management: A NYCAP Information Packet, 1990 29. Lawn – Pesticides – Bird Deaths, 1980-1990
30. Lawn – Pesticides – Buffalo Press, 1986-1990, undated
31. Lawn Pesticides – Campaign Sample Materials, 1989-1991, undated
32. Lawn – Pesticides – Canada, 1990-1994
33. Lawn – Pesticides – ChemLawn, 1987-1991, undated
34. Lawn - Pesticides – Connecticut, 1989-1994
35. Lawn – Pesticides – Consumer Protection, 1989-1994
36. Lawn – Pesticides / David Blumkin, 1990-1992
37. Lawn – Pesticides – Hazards, 1986-1990, undated
38. Lawn – Pesticides – League of Women Voters, 1991-1994
39. Lawn – Pesticides – Long Island Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, 1993-1995 40. Lawn – Pesticides – Long Island Press, 1987-1992
41. Lawn – Pesticides – Maryland, 1990, undated
42. Lawn – Pesticides – National Press, 1987-1991
43. Lawn – Pesticides – New York State Attorney General, 1987-1992
44. Lawn Pesticides, NYDEC
45. Lawn Pesticides: NYS Hearing
46. Lawn – Pesticides – Product Labels, 1990-1991, undated
47. Lawn Pesticides: Public Citizens, 1989
48. Lawn – Pesticides – U.S. Senate Hearings, 1990-1991
49. Lawns for Kids – Environmental Education, 1994, undated
50. Lehman – Bliley Bill, 1994
51. Marketing Organic Foods Guides, 1994, no date
52. National Organic Standards Board / National Organic Legislation, 1990-1997
53. National Organic Standards Board Position Paper, 1998
54. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscapers Network Directory, 1992
55. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Applications, 1993
56. Natural Organic / Ecological Directory Applications, 1994
57. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Applications, 1995
58. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Correspondence and Participant Lists, 1994
59. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Participant Advertising, 1993
60. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Participant Advertising, 1994

Box 5
Folder

1. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Participant Advertising, 1995
2. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Directory Participant List and Correspondence, 1995
3. Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaping Network Directory, Participant Lists and Correspondence, 1993
4. Natural Organic Farmers Association Landscaping Directory, 1992
5. NCAMP – Federal Pesticides in Food Policies, 1992-1994
6. New York City – Urban Forest and Education Program, 1987–1992
7. New York City Sustainable Food System Alliance, 1994-1995
8. New York State Attorney General, Home and Garden Pesticide: Questions and Answers about Safety…,1996
9. New York State Attorney General, Lawn Care Pesticides – Guides, Testimony and Report, 1987-1993
10. New York State Attorney General, Toxic Fairways, 1995
11. New York State DEC/DOL, Pesticide Recertification Training, 1997-2002
12. New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation {OPRHR} – Pesticide Use, 1990-1994
13. New York State Organically Grown Products Fact Sheets, no date
14. New York State Turf Association, 1992-1994
15. New York Sustainable Agriculture Working Group {NYSAWG} / NY Farms! Newsletters and Position Paper Packet, 1995-1997
16. Northeast Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program, Progress Report, 1999
17. Northeast Regional Organic Agriculture Program, 1989
18. Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group Correspondence, 1993-1994
19. Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Working Group {NESAWG}, Annual Meeting Notice and Group Background, 1996
20. Nursery Pest Management Environmental Impact Statement, 1994
21. NY Farms! Memoranda, Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, Proposals, and Papers, 1996-1998 {1 of 2}
22. NY Farms! Memoranda, Meeting Minutes, Correspondence, Proposals and Papers, 1996-1998 {2 of 2}
23. NYCAP, NY Natural Organic / Ecological Landscaper Network Flyer, 1992
24. NYCAP – Organic Lawn Care Tips / Lawn and Tree Pesticide Alternatives, undated
25. NYCAP, Turf / Grounds Packet, 1992-1995, undated
26. On – Farm Research 1986, 1988
27. Organic Agriculture Brochures and Pamphlets, no date ,
28. Organic Agriculture – Miscellaneous, 1987-2002, {1 of 2}
29. Organic Agriculture – Miscellaneous, 1987-2002, {2 of 2}
30. Organic Associations, 1984-1991
31. Organic Certification, 1986-1997 {1 of 2}
32. Organic Certification, 1986-1997 {2 of 2}
33. Organic Farming and Gardening – Pamphlets, Directory, and Catalog, 1994, undated
34. Organic Farming – Articles, 1993-2002
35. Organic Farming in New York State Groups and Activities, no date
36. Organic Farming News Clippings, 1989-1990, 1993-1994, no date
37. Organic Farming Press Releases, 1992, 1994-1995, no date
38. Organic Farming Products and Catalogs, no date
39. Organic Fertilizer, 1996-1999, undated
40. Organic Food, 1992-2000
41. Organic Food – Definitions and Requirements, 1995, 1999
42. Organic Foods, Brochures and Pamphlets, no date
43. Organic Foods, News Clippings, 1993-1995, 1998
44. Organic Gardening – Anne Best, 1996-1997, undated
45. Organic Gardening Cases and Strategies, 1991-1996
46. Organic Gardening – Misc., 1999-2001, undated
47. Organic Gardening {Packet}, 2001, undated

Box 6
Folder

1. Organic Gardening / Soil and Compost, 1990-1997, undated
2. Organic Lawn and Garden Care Brochures and Pamphlets, no date
3. Organic Legislation – New York State, 1989-1998, undated
4. Organic Legislation – State and National, 1989-1996
5. Organic Organizations, 2000, undated
6. Organic Standards, Articles, 1997-1998
7. Organic Turf Management for School Grounds Workshops, Buffalo and Rochester/Brighton, March 2000
8. Organically Grown Week, 1990
9. Parks – Pesticide and Herbicide Use reduction, 1984-1997
10. Permaculture, 1994
11. Pesticide and Toxic Chemical News, 1994
12. Pesticide – Fertilizer Mixtures / Endocrine Disruption, 1999
13. Pesticide Pamphlets, undated
14. Pesticide Reform Bill, 1994
15. Pesticide Residue on Food, 1996, 1998
16. Pesticides in Food: Alar and Apples, 1989
17. Pesticides in Food: Baby Food, 1994
18. Pesticides in Food: Cheerios Incident, 1994-1995
19. Pesticides in Food: Children, 1989-1995
20. Pesticides in Food: Comparing Food, 1988-1995
21. Pesticides in Grocery Stores, 1991-1995, undated
22. Pesticides on Gold Courses, Articles and News Clippings, 1989-1994
23. A Place for Pesticides? , 1992
24. Plant Breeding, 1992-1993
25. Plant Disease Control, 1972-2001, undated
26. Plant Disease Management Guide, 1993
27. Poison Ivy and Poison Oak {Packet}, 1991-2000 undated
28. Poison Ivy Control, 1991-2001
29. Politics of Food / New York Sustainable Agriculture Group, Newsletters and Resource Guide, 1993-1994
30. Post – Harvest Pesticide Application and Food Labeling, 1989-1992
31. Powdery Mildew Control, 2001-2002
32. Protocols for an IPM System on Gold Courses
33. Public Radio, “Living on the Earth,” Bill Duesing, 1991
34. RBGH {Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone}, 1993-1998
35. A Report Card for the EPA, 2001
36. Resource Guide for Lawn Care, no date
37. Restaurants – Pest Control, 1995, undated
38. “Right to Farm as a Method of Conflict Resolution,” 1988
39. Roses, 1995,1997
40. Roses {Information Packet}, 1995-2002
41. Roundup Controversy Articles, 1987, 1995
42. Safe Food Action, 1989-1992
43. Scarsdale Compost, 1995
44. Sewage Sludge as Fertilizer, 1997-2001
45. Solutions – Lawn Packet Masters, 1996
46. Spray Drift of Agricultural Pesticides / Chemical Trespass, Article and Letter from NYCAP Member, 1998
47. Stat Agriculture Departments, 1987-1989
48. Sugar Grower Subsidies / Florida Everglades, Coalition to End Welfare for Big Sugar, 1995
49. Sustainable Agriculture, 1987-2002
50. Sustainable Agriculture: Handwritten Notes, 1992-1993
51. Sustainable Agriculture – National, 1986-1990
52. Sustainable Agriculture News Clippings, 1993-1994
53. Sustainable Agriculture – Various U.S. States, 1988-1996
54. Sustainable Agriculture Working Groups Survey, 1994-1995
55. Texas Agricultural Hazard Communication Act, 1990
56. Texas Pesticide Information Network – The Hidden Dangers of Pesticide Use in Texas City Parks, 2001
57. Tree and Forest Care Plans, 1995, no date
58. Tree Care 1992, 2000, undated
59. Tree Pests 1990, undated
60. Turfgrass Disease Control {Golf} – Information Packet, undated

Box 7
Folder

1. Turfgrass Integrated Pest Management Manual: Guidelines for the Gold Courses of M-NCPPC, Montgomery County, Maryland, 1994
2. Turfgrass Management, 1995-2002, undated
3. Turning Point Project, Industrial Agriculture, circa 2000
4. Ulster County Landowners Pesticide Advisement, 1995
5. United Farm Workers
6. U.S. Congress, Amendment to Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, etc. , 1995
7. USDA Organic Standards, 2000-2002
8. Wax Coatings on Fruits and Vegetables, 1991-1994
9. Weed Alternatives Packet, 1996-2001
10. Weed Control, 1987-2002
11. Weed Control and Right of Way Management, 1981, 1991-1999, undated
12. Weed Control / IPM, 1984-2002
13. Weed Control Without Pesticides Strategies and Practices, 1991-1994
14. Winne, Mark. Whose Food System Is It Anyway? 1994
15. Xeriophytic Landscaping / Xeriscaping, 1988-1989, undated


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Subseries 3: Health Issues from Pesticide / Chemical Use

Box 1
Folder

1. 1 in 9: The Long Island Breast Cancer Action Coalition – Events Planning, 1996-1997
2. “Acquired Intolerance to Solvents Following Acute Pesticide / Solvent Intoxication in a Building,” News Clipping, 1991
3. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry {ATSDR}, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Information Packet, 1994-1997
4. Alley Pond Environmental Center
5. Americans with Disabilities Act – Local Resources
6. Americans with Disabilities Act – Training, 1993
7. Asthma, 1999-2002
8. Autism, 2000-2002
9. Braiman, Judy, 1997
10. Cancer Awareness Coalition, 1994-1995
11. Chemical Exposure Journal Articles, 1991-1993, no date
12. Chemical Injuries Relating to Dentistry, 1992-1994
13. Chemical Sensitivity History and Phenomenology 1994
14. Children with Learning Disabilities, undated
15. Children and Pesticide Exposure Risks Information, 1987,1990,1992-3,1995
16. Children’s Health and Pesticides, Articles and Excerpts, 2002, undated
17. Children’s Pest Control Programs, 1995, no date
18. Cholinesterase Inhibitors / Organophosphates, 1988-1995, undated
19. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 2002
20. “Communicating with the Immune System”, 1994
21. Disability Rights, 1990-1992
22. Effects of Mixing Chemicals, News Clippings, 1998
23. Electrical Sensitivity Network – 1995
24. “Employment of People with Chemical Sensitivities,” 1993
25. Endocrine Disruption, 1995-1998, undated
26. Endocrine Disruption – Jackie White Report, 1997
27. Endocrine Disruption Packet – Master Copy, 1996-2002
28. Endocrine Disruptors – Plastics, 1998-2001
29. Endocrine Disruptors – Various Articles, 1991-2002
30. “Environmental Hypersensitivity Reading List and Information Sheets,” 1995
31. Environmental Medicine – General Information, 1988-1992
32. Environmental Protection Agency – Special Report on Environmental Endocrine Disruption: An effects Assessment and Analysis
33. Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education, {FASE}, 1982-1991
34. Fragrances – Health Effects, 1990-2002
35. Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility, “Out of Harm’s Way: Preventing Toxic Threats to Child Development,” 2001
36. Gulf War Illness 1993-2002
37. Health and Safety in Hospitals, 1990, 1992
38. Health Effects of Pesticides News Clippings, 1995, no date
39. Health Effects of POPS {Persistent Organic Pollutants} in Humans Conference, 2000
40. Health Effects Overview – NYCAP Information Packet, 1987-2001
41. Health Effects Overview, NYCAP Information Packet, 1989-1996
42. Herbicide Fact Sheet – Health Effects and Environmental Impacts, 1992
43. Household Hazardous Waste State Assistance Program – Grant Application, 1996
44. Hospitals – Pest and Waste Management, 1982-1997
45. Immune Dysfunction, 1996
46. Insecticides – Health Effects, 1992-2002, undated
47. Long Island Breast Cancer Study Project, 1999-2002
48. Lau Gehrig’s Disease, 1997-2002
49. Maternal Infant Network – An Assessment of Need for Prenatal Services in the Capital Region, 1997
50. Maternal Infant Network – Annotated Bibliography – Pesticides / Pregnancy, 1997
51. Maternal Infant Network – “Changing Practice, Changing Lives,” Innovative Smoking Cessation Strategies for Pregnant Women, 1997
52. Maternal Infant Network – Distribution Information 53. Maternal Infant Network – Newsletter and Memo, 1997-1998
54. Maternal Infant Network – NYCAP Communication, 1996-1998
55. Maternal Infant Network – Other Outreach Resources, 1996-1997

Box 2
Folder

1. Maternal Infant Network – Pesticide-Free Pregnancy Brochure for Review, 1997
2. Maternal Infant Network – Pesticide-Free Pregnancy Project, Drafts, 1996
3. Maternal Infant Network – Pesticide-Free Pregnancies Project, 1996, undated
4. Maternal Infant Network – Pesticide-Free Pregnancy Project, originals, undated
5. Maternal Infant Network - Pesticide-Free Pregnancy Response Cards, 1998
6. Maternal Infant Network – Physicians for Social Responsibility, 1997-1998
7. Maternal Infant Network – Working Drafts and Informational Materials, 1997
8. MCS – Miller, Claudia “Chemical Sensitivity History and Phenomenology,” 1994
9. MCS – NYCAP Information Packet, 1989-1991
10. MCS – NYCAP Information Packets and Other MCS Articles, 1988-2000
11. MCS Referral and Resources, Recognition of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, 1995-1998
12. Medical Diagnosis of Chemical Illness, News Clippings, 1987-1995
13. Moses, Marion – Correspondence, 1997
14. Moses, Marion, M.D. Pesticide Exposure and Cancer – Summary of Selected Studies, 1996-1997
15. Moses, Marion – Pesticide Education Center
16. Multiple Chemical Sensitivities at Work: A Training Workbook, 1993
17. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – American Academy of Environmental Medicine, 1992-1993
18. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity / American Disabilities Act – Indoor Air Workshop, 1994
19. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity / Americans with Disabilities Act, 1989-1994
20. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity / Americans with Disabilities Act – Accommodation, 1994
21. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity at Home News Clippings, 1993, no date
22. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Booklet, 1994-1995, undated
23. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Booklet – Japanese Translation, circa 2001
24. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Brochures and Pamphlets, no date
25. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Descriptions and Symptoms, no date
26. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Disorder, Personal Accounts, 1987,1991,1994-1995
27. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Doctors, 1993
28. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Donald Duckley, M.O. 1992
29. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Doris Rapp, M.O., 1990, undated
30. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Earson Davis, 1989-1993
31. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Environmental Illness Housing, 1993-1994
32. Multiple Chemical Sensitivities – Environmental Sensitivities Workshop, 1990
33. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Fact Sheet Drafts, 1992
34. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Fact Sheet, Handwritten Notes, 1991-1992
35. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Fact Sheet, Revisions and Comments, 1992
36. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Fact Sheets, 1992
37. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – General, 1996
38. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – General Research Articles, 1986-1994
39. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Grace Zien, PhD., 1993-1996
40. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Gulf Way Syndrome, 1992-1995
41. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Gunnar Heuser, M.D., Ph.D., 1992
42. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity - Handwritten Notes, 1992, no date
43. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Hospital Employee Health Newsletter, 1993
44. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Hospitalization Issues, 1991, undated
45. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Housing Rights Cases, 1994
46. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Housing Rights, Human Relations, 1990-1992
47. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Howard Kipen, M.D., 1992-1993
48. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Information and Handouts, 1992-1993
49. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Information from Other States, 1992
50. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Information from USC School of Medicine, 1992
51. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Iris Bell, M.D., Ph.D., 1993-1993
52. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – James Miller, M.D., 1991-1991
53. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Kaye Kilburn, M.D. 1989-1991
54. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Mark Cullen, M.D. 1987-1991
55. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Medical News, 1991-1993
56. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Michael Lax, M.D., 1992
57. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Mt. Sinai Study, 1993
58. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Myra Shayevitz, M.D., 1992
59. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – National Center fro Environmental Health Strategies, 1989-1993
60. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – News Clippings, 1989-1993
61. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – News Clippings, 1994-1995, no date
62. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – NYCAP Information Packet, 1997-2001
63. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity on the Job: Fredonia Central School, 1994
64. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Poetry, 1991-92, no date
65. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Porphyria 1987-2000
66. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Press Releases, no date
67. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Products and Catalogs, no date
68. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Recognition of MCS, 1994
69. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Referral Lists and Websites, 1995-2002
70. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Relocation Housing, and Travel Articles, 1998-2002
71. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Resource Guides, no date
72. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Sherry Rogers, M.D. 1986-1988
73. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Social Security Disability 1989, 1991, 1993 Information
74. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Support Group and Task Force, 1995
75. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Theron Randolph, M.D., 1986-1993
76. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Thomas Callender, M.D., 1993
77. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Traveling Instructions, no date

Box 3
Folder

1. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Various Newsletters {1 of 2} 1996
2. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Various Newsletters {2 of 2} 1996
3. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – William Crook, M.D. 1994
4. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – William Meggs, MD 1989-1992
5. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – William Rae, M.D. 1989-1992
6. “My World, the MCS Corner” Articles, 1994
7. Neuropsychiatric Aspects of Sensitivity to Low Level Chemicals, 1994
8. Neurotoxicity – Detoxification articles 1992,1993,1995
9. New York Lawyers for the Public Interest 1992-1993
10. New York State Attorney General, Fact Sheet on PCBS: PCB Health Effects with Reference Citations, 2001
11. New York State Department of Health – Congenital Malformations Registry Annual Report
12. New York State Department of Health Request for Proposals, 1998
13. Neuropsychological effects of Pesticides 2000-2002
14. Non Toxic Hot Line Informational Handouts, no date
15. NYCAP – “Getting Information about Pesticide Health Effects,” undated 16. Outpatient Information Manual, 1990
17. Parkinson’s Disease, 1992-2002
18. Persian Gulf Syndrome Articles, 1992-1995
19. Pesticide Exposure and Cancer – Packet, 1993-2001
20. “Pesticide Exposure, Health Effects and the Need for Public Notification,” James Chapman / NYCAP, 1992
21. Pesticide Exposure Information, 1987-1988, 1990
22. Pesticide Exposure – Legal and Medical Options, and Avoidance Strategies, 1990-2001
23. Pesticide Poisoning – Tests and Natural Remedies, 2000-2002
24. Pesticides / American Disabilities Act – Monica Chelakian, 1994
25. Pesticides and Breast Cancer Studies, 1994-1995, no date
26. Pesticides and Cancer in Children Packet, 1990-2000
27. Pesticides and Children’s Health – Packet Originals, 1990-2002
28. “Pesticides and Human Health,” [NYCAP], undated
29. Pesticides and the Medical Field, News Clippings, 1993-1994
30. Pesticides/Cancer – Breast Cancer 1993-2001
31. Pesticides / Cancer – Cancer Mapping 2001
32. Pesticides and Cancer – Carcinogenic Pesticides Used on Food, 1992
33. Pesticides / Cancer – Conflicts of Interest within Research Agencies 1999-2002
34. Pesticides / Cancer – Environmental Causes 1989-2002
35. Pesticides / Cancer – non-Hodgkin’s Iymphoma 1997-2002
36. Pesticides / Cancer – Occupational Exposure 1989-1999
37. Pesticides / Cancer – “Prevention is Crucial,” Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, 1996
38. Pesticides / Cancer – Susceptibility 1995-2001
39. Pesticides / Children – Articles and Correspondence, 1999
40. Pesticides / Children – Breast Milk Contamination, 1998-2001
41. Pesticides / Children – Cancer, 1987-2001
42. Pesticides / Children – Cancer Clusters, Elmira, NY, 2000
43. Pesticides / Children – Environmental Working Group Study on Organophosphates in Food, 1998
44. Pesticides / Children – “The Future of Children,” Master copy, 1995
45. Pesticides / Children: “In Harms Way,” Physicians for Social Responsibility, 2000
46. Pesticides / Children – Indoor Health Risks, 1990-2002
47. Pesticides / Children – Leukemia, 1991-1994
48. Pesticides / Children – Neurotoxicants and Child Development, 2000, 2001
49. Pesticides / Children – Organophosphate and Carbonate Poisoning in Infants and Children, 1988
50. Our Children at Risk, Natural Resources Defense Council, Excerpt Distributed by NYCAP, 1997
51. Pesticides / Children – Pesticides in Baby Food
52. Pesticides / Children: Policy on Evaluating Health Risks to Children, 1995
53. Pesticides / Children – Report: Farm Kids Not Protected, 2000
54. Pesticides / Death – Statistics
55. Pesticides – General Information on Health Risks, 1988-1994
56. Pesticides – Health Risks and General Information, In Spanish, 1995-2000, undated
57. Pesticides Impact on Children – Yaqui Valley Study, 1999
58. Pesticides in the Diet of Infants and Children – Packet master copy, 1993
59. Pesticides / Pets – Health Risks 1991-2002
60. Pesticides / Pets – Cancer, 1996-2001
61. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Article Reprint Requests – Educational Materials for Prospective Mothers and Health Care Professionals, 1997
62. Pesticides / Pregnancy: Articles on Prenatal Pesticide Exposure, 1999-2002
63. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Birth Defects, 1995-2001
64. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Decreased Fertility, 1991-2001
65. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Fetal Death, 2001
66. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility and MASSPIRG: “Generations at Risk,” undated
67. Pesticides / Pregnancy – Miscarriages, 2001-2002
68. Quotable Quotes {on Pesticide Risks}, NYCAP Information Packet, circa 1997
69. Reproductive Health and Pesticides, 1996-2002
70. Single Chemical Sensitivity, 1992
71. Solid Waste Issues, 1991,1994-95, no date
72. Special Foods – For People with Allergies and Chemical Sensitivities, undated
73. State of Children’s Health and Environmental 2001, John Wargo and Linda Evenson Wargo, 2002
74. St. Louis Encephalitis – Letter, 1999
75. Toxic Chemicals and Quality of Life Information Packet, no date
76. Training Program for Health Professionals, Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility, 2001
77. Volatile Organic Compounds {VOCs} and MCS, 1995, 2000
78. West Nile Virus – DEET, 2000
79. West Nile Virus – Draft of New York State West Nile Virus Response Plan and Notes, 2000
80. West Nile Virus – New York State Department of Health, Draft West Nile Virus Response Plan, 2000
81. West Nile Virus Meeting – New York State Department of Health, New York State West Nile Virus-Response Plan, draft, 2001
82. West Nile Virus – Notes from Meeting with Albany County Department of Health Commissioner, 2000
83. West Nile Virus – Notes from Meeting with NY Attorney General Office, 2000
84. West Nile Virus – Public Meeting, Town of Colony, NY, 2000
85. West Nile Virus – Schenectady Department of Health Meeting, 2000
86. West Nile Virus – Senate Field Hearing, 1999
87. West Nile Virus – Testimony before the New York City Council Oversight Hearing, Encephalitis Outbreak, 1999
88. West Nile Virus – “Toward Safer Mosquito Control in New York,” 2000
89. World Wildlife Fund / The Global Toxic Chemicals Initiative, Addressing the Threat of Toxic Contamination to Life on Earth, 2001-2002

Box 4
Folder

1. Maternal Infant Network – Pesticide Free Pregnancy Project Brochure, 1998
2. Maternal Infant Network – Reviewer Comments for Pesticide-Free Pregnancy Project, 1997
3. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – Newsletter Resources, 1993,1996
4. Multiple Chemical sensitivity Booklet, MCS in the Workplace Taskforce / NYCAP, 1992-2002


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 4: Occupational Issues

Box 1
Folder

1. Blueprint for Prevention – A Guide to Preventing Chemical Releases, 1989
2. Building 8 – Indoor Air Pollution Issues at New York State Government Buildings, 1987-2001 {1 of 2} 3. California Health and Safety Committees, 1994
4. California Health and Safety Grants, 1994
5. Chemical Sensitivity on the Job, Specific Cases, 1986, 1989-1994
6. Council on Occupational Safety and Health {COSH}, 1989-1991, undated
7. electromagnetic Fields Workbook, no date
8. Environmental Health Network / Louisiana Injured Workers’ Union, Job Damaged People” A Handbook for Survival After the Injury, 1993
9. “Fact Sheet for Exterminators” – New York State Occupational Safety and Health Training and Education Program, 1991
10. Fact Sheets for Exterminators, no date
11. Farm Occupational Safety and Health, 1985-1996
12. Farmworker Justice Fund, the Occupational Health of Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers in the United States, 1988-1989
13. Indoor Air Quality News Clippings, 1987-88, 1992-95, no date
14. Labor and Pesticides / PANNA, Notes, 1992
15. Labor and the Environment / western MassCOSH, Presentation and Report, 1993-1994
16. Labor Issues on the Job, 1989, 1994-5, no date
17. Material safety Data Sheets, 1983, 1985-86, no date
18. National Executive Housekeepers Association, Inc. Programs, 1992
19. New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health, “SafetyRep” 1995
20. New York State, Dept. of Labor, Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Surveys, 1992-1996
21. New York State Labor and Environmental Network, 1992-1995
22. New York State Public Employees Safety and Health Act {PESH} – NYCAP Comments on Pesticide Standards, 1985-1991
23. New York State Public Employees Safety and Health Act {PESH} / Right to Know Law – Publications and Notes, 1980-1994
24. NYCAP Occupational Health Training Project Grant Proposal to OSHTEP – Support Letters, 1995
25. NYCAP Project Summary and Grant Application Cover Sheet, DOL/OSHTEP, 1998
26. Occupational Health and Safety Articles / Handouts, 1985-1992, undated
27. Occupational Health and Safety – Educational Materials, 1986-1995
28. Occupational Health and Safety Programs, 1992, no date
29. Occupational Health Program, Sample Letters, no date
30. Occupational Health Services, Inc., Company Information Packet on MSDS, Software, 1992
31. Occupational Pesticide Exposure / NYS Right to Know Law, 1990-1995, undated
32. Occupational Safety, Pamphlets, 1991, undated
33. Occupational Safety and Health Resource List for Eastern New York, 1997
34. OSHA Reform Committee / New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health, 1991
35. OSHTEP – 1996 Contract Status Report, 1996
36. OSHTEP Contract – Financial Information, 1997
37. OSHTEP Contract – FY 1997-98, 1997
38. OSHTEP Contractors – List, undated
39. OSHTEP Event Rosters, 1997-1998
40. OSHTEP Grant Denial, Appeals and Support Letters, 1998
41. OSHTEP Grant Development – Marilyn DuBois, 1995
42. OSHTEP Grant [FY 1997-98] – Preparation Materials, 1995-1996
43. OSHTEP Grant Project – Modification Notes, 1996
44. OSHTEP Grant Project {FY 1997-1998}- Support Letters, 1996
45. OSHTEP Grant Proposal, FY, 1998-99, 1998
46. OSHTEP Grants – Request for Proposal {REP} Notes, 1999
47. OSHTEP Grants, DOL Financial Reporting, 1998-1999
48. OSHTEP Grants – List of 1996 Recipients, 1995
49. OSHTEP Outreach – All events, 1997, undated
50. OSHTEP Program Evaluations, 1997-1998

Box 2
Folder

1. OSHTEP Project, NYS Dept. of Labor {DOL} / Hazard Abatement Board {HAB}, 1998
2. OSHTEP Training Events – Planning and Expenses, 1997-1998
3. Onions and Pesticides / Farmworker Pesticide Education, 1997-2000
4. Pesticides in the Workplace Information Sheets, 1992, no date
5. Pesticides on the Job: Workers’ Rights and Employers’ Responsibilities, 1992
6. Pesticides on the Job: Workers’ Rights and Employers’ Responsibilities, Update and Supporting Information, 1997
7. Right To Know / MSDS, 1987-1995, undated
8. Tessler, Jamie {Occupational Safety and Health Consultant} – NYCAP Contract, Cleaning Chemical Fact Sheets, IPM Curriculum, 1994-1995
9. Worker Safety Issues, 1995, no date
10. Worker’s Compensation Guides and References 1993-1994, no date
11. Workshop Exercise and Examples, no date

Box 3
Folder

1. Building 8 – Indoor Air Pollution Issues at New York State Government Buildings, 1987-2001 {2 of 2}
2. Occupational Safety and Health Advocacy, 1988-1994


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 5: Rights-of-way (ROW)

Box 1
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1. Central Hudson Gas and Electric Company – Rights-of-Way Herbicide Use, 1991
2. Cornell Local Roads Program / Nuggets and Nibbles, 1990-1991
3. Institute of Ecosystem Studies, “Vegetation Dynamics Along Utility Rights-of-Way,” circa 1990
4. Integrated Roadside Vegetation Management {IRVM} – Iowa Example, 1990-1998
5. Integrated Vegetation Management {IVM}, How-to Articles 1985-1994
6. New York Power Authority, Collection of Utility Right-of-Way {Row} Vegetation Management Materials, 2001
7. New York State Electric and Gas Corporation {NYSEG} – Rights-of-Way Herbicide Use, 1983-2002
8. New York State Electric and Gas – Proposed Seneca Lake Storage Project and Pipeline, 1995-1996
9. New York State Public Service Commission, Utility Rights of Way, 1977-1996
10. Niagara Mohawk Power Co. right-of-Way Herbicide Use, 1978-1992
11. Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation – Herbicides and Right-of-Way Management Workshop, 1991
12. Orange and Rockland Utilities / Right of Way {ROW} Herbicide Use, 1991-1993
13. Railroad Rights of Way {ROW}, 1986-1993
14. Right-of-Way {ROW} Contact List, 1992
15. Rights-of-Way, Articles from Around the U.S. and Notes, 1984-1999
16. Rights-of-Way Management for Utilities, Part 84 of NYS Public Service Law {16 NYCRR}, 1997-1998
17. Rights-of-Way Vegetation Management – Herbicide Alternatives, 1974-1998
18. Roadside Pesticide Spraying in Putnam, New York – Correspondence, Press and Collected Information on Pesticides, 1989-1991
19. Roadside Pesticide Use – National, Articles and Correspondence, 1984-1995
20. Roadside Right of Way: Activist’s Toolkit, 1991-2002
21. Roadside Right of Way: Alternatives to Herbicides, 1994-2001
22. Roadside Right of Way: Herbicide Hazards, 1982-1994
23. Roadside Right of Way: Native Plants, 1990-1997, undated
24. Roadside Right of Way Network, 1991-1992
25. Roadside Rights-of-Way – Maine, 1982-1991
26. Roadside Rights-of-Way – Massachusetts, 1980-1991
27. Roadside Rights-of-Way – New Hampshire, 1986-1991
28. Roadside Rights-of-Way – Vermont, 1991, 1994, undated
29. Roadside Vegetation Management Articles, 1990-1998
30. Town of Ulysses / Agro-Statistics, Roadside Pesticide Use Investigation, 1993-1994
31. Washington State Department of Transportation, Integrated Vegetation Management for Roadsides, 1997
32. Washington State Department of Transportation, What Is Integrated Vegetation Management? 1997


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 6: School / IPM

Box 1
Folder

1. Albany Service Corps. / Pest Control Through Integrated Pest Management Contract, 1996-1998
2. Community IPM Coordinating Council Meeting, 2001
3. Community IPM Coordinating Council Meeting, 2002
4. Department of Environment Conservation Integrated Pest Management Program, no date
5. Integrated Pest Management for Health Care Facilities, 1998
6. Integrated Pest Management in Building, Policies and Programs, 1991-93, no date
7. Integrated Pest Management in New York City, 1993-95
8. Integrated Pest Management – Information Resources, 1994
9. Integrated Pest Management {IPM} – Policies and Implementation, 1992-1998
10. Integrated Pest Management Program Fact Sheets, no date
11. IPM for Archives and Libraries, circa 2000
12. IPM for Healthcare Facilities – Syracuse, 1997
13. IPM for Health Care Facilities Training Conference, Program Evaluations, Albany, 1998

Box 2
Folder

1. IPM in New York State – 10 year Review drafts, 1997-2001
2. IPM – U.S. National Arboretum, 1993-1994, undated
3. IPM Workbook for New York State Schools – {Binder Contents}, 1998
4. Least – Toxic Pest Management Programs, 1991-92, 1994, no date
5. Modern Pest Control Techniques – A Generalists Guide to Integrated Pest Management 1992
6. National Park Service – “Scorpions and Spiders,” IPM Information Package, 1984
7. New York State Attorney General, Pest Management in New York State Hospitals, 1995
8. New York State, Community IPM Stakeholders, 2001
9. New York State Integrated Pest Management Program: Integrated Pest Management for Municipal Buildings, {Binder Contents, Incls. Cd}, 2001-2002
10. New York State IPM Coordinators, 1994, no date
11. New York State Office of General Services, Contract and Award Notification – Pest Control Through….IPM, 1995
12. Pesticides in Indonesia, 1994
13. Report on Northeast Region Integrated Pest Management, 1999
14. Resources for Integrated Pest Management {IPM}, NYCAP, circa 1996
15. State Agency IPM Coordinators – Letter to, circa 1995
16. University of Rhode Island Cooperative Extension Green share: A Consumer IPM Education Program, 1994, undated
17. Urban Integrated Pest Management: A Guide for Commercial Applicators,1992
18. Urban Integrated Pest Management: A Guide for Commercial Applicators, Invading Pests, 1992

Box 3
Folder

1. Action Kit for Pesticide-Free Schools, Section 1-4, NYCAP, 1989-2000
2. Action Kit for Pesticide-Free Schools, Section 5-14, NYCAP, 1989-2000
3. Action Kit – IPM, 1998
4. Albany Schools, 1990-1992
5. Ants in Schools, undated
6. Arizona Schools IPM, 1993
7. Baldwin Union Free School District IPM, 1993-2001
8. Ballston Spa IPM, 2001-2002
9. Barnett, Claire, Schools, 1993-1994
10. Bearer, Cynthia, Environmental Health Hazards: How Children Are Different from Adults, 1995
11. Beyond Pesticides / NCAMP, Model School Pest Management Policy, undated
12. Binghamton IPM Conference, 1996
13. BIRC, Least-Toxic Pest Management Publications Catalogue, 1991
14. Buffalo Exterminating Company, IPM, undated
15. Buffalo Schools IPM, 1986-1997
16. Buses as Causes of Illness, 1993
17. California Schools IPM, 1988, 1991, 1993
18. Campaign for Pesticide-Free Schools, Healthy Schools Network / NYCAP, 1996-2000, undated
19. Canajoharie School, 1992
20. Capital District Schools, 1990
21. Carpeting in School, undated
22. Case Studies of School Pest Management, 1990-91, no date
23. Center for Health, Environment and Justice / Child Proofing Our Communities, 1999-2001 {1 of 2}
24. Chappaqua Project Outline, undated
25. Chase, Jayni, “Blueprint for a Green School,” 1995
26. Chemical Injury in School Case, 1993
27. Cheryl Horning Projects / School IPM, 1993-1997
28. Child Proofing Our Communities Campaign / Center for Health, Environment and Justice, Siting Report, 2001-2002
29. Children and Allergies in School News Clippings and Resources, 1994-95, no date
30. Children and Chemicals / Pesticides, 1992-1993
31. Children’s Environmental Health Information, 1990-2002
32. Colleges and Universities, Pesticide Management, 1991, 1993, 1997
33. Computers and Children’s Health, 1992
34. Cooper Pest Control / IPM, 1994-1997
35. Cornell, 1990-1991
36. Cornell Conference, 2000
37. Cornell Cooperative Extension, IPM Workbook for New York State Schools, 1998
38. Cornell IPM Publications, 1986-2000, undated
39. Cornell IPM, Publications, Correspondence, and other Materials, 2000
40. Cornell Union IPM Partnership Program, 1998
41. Creating State Learning Zones, 2002
42. Dade County Public Schools Pest Management Plan, 1989-90
43. Day Care School and Pesticides, 1990-1991
44. Eastchester High School Incident, 1992
45. Edible Schoolyard, 1997
46. Environmental Action Guide for Schools, 2000
47. Environmental Outreach for Children, 1997, undated
48. Environmental Education in Schools, 1990-1992-1994
49. Environmental Quality of Schools Survey, no date
50. Environmental Questions about Schools, 1989-1991, 1993, 1994
51. EPA: Adopting IPM, 1992
52. Establishing IPM Programs, Policies, and Committees, 1987-1999, undated
53. Fenske, Richard et al. Infants – Indoor Risks, 1990
54. Fulton School District IPM, 1998
55. Garry, Vincent et al. Minnesota Birth Defects, 1996
56. Getting Pesticides Out of Our Schools, 1994
57. Great Neck IPM Policy, 1999, 2002
58. Green, Albert, U.S. General Services Administration, IPM Reports and Articles, 1989-2001
59. Green Schools, 2000
60. Greenwich IPM Policy, 1999
61. Ground Maintenance Schools, 1991-1994
62. Hazard Free School Zone Program, 1994

Box 4
Folder

1. Health Effects of Pesticides, undated
2. Healthy Kids: The Key to Basics, 1995
3. Health Schools Network, Environmental Action Guide for New York State Schools, 2000
4. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Board of Regents Meeting – September 2000, 1994-2000
5. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Board Meeting, 7/13/1999
6. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} – Guide to Protecting Vulnerable Students in “Sick” Schools, 2001
7. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Guides, 1998-2000
8. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} – Is Your School Healthy? Workshop on Indoor Environments, 2000
9. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Legislative Meetings, March 2000, 2000
10. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} – Mailings, Correspondence, and Statements, 1997-1998
11. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} Meeting / New York State United Teachers – 11/13/98, 1998-2000
12. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} / New York State Association of School Nurses, 2000
13. Healthy Schools Network {HSN} / Partnership for Pesticide-Free Schools, 1999
14. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Partnership for Reducing or Eliminating Toxic Pesticides in Schools, 1998-2000
15. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, Policy and Board Meeting – 10/19/99, 1999
16. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, School Press Conference – 6/13/00, 2000
17. Healthy Schools Network / NYCAP, Pesticide-Free Schools Action Kit Outline, Proposal, and Guide, 1990-1999
18. Healthy Schools Network Publications and Newsletters, 1994-2001, undated
19. Healthy Schools Network, RESCUE Regulations / Building Condition Survey Report, 2000 20. Healthy Schools Network {HSN}, New York State Policy Meeting – 8/30/00, 2000
21. Healthy Schools Network – Speech by Executive Director Claire L. Barnett, 2002
22. “Heptachlor in Hawaii” Teacher’s Resource, no date
23. Hug-A-Bug Patrol, 1992
24. Illinois Pest Management Plans, 1990-91, 1994
25. Illinois Schools IPM, 1990, 1993-1994
26. Implementing Safe Pest Control for School Buildings and Grounds, Putnam/North Westchester BOCES Workshop, 1995
27. Integrated Pest Management for Schools, Brighton, NY, Nov. 5, 1999
28. Integrated Pest Management in Albany Schools, no date
29. Integrated Pest Management in Schools – A Workshop Manual, undated
30. Integrated Pest Management in Schools Policies and Programs, 1990-1995, no date
31. Integrated Pest Management Resources for Schools, undated
32. Integrated Pest Management School Policy and updates {includes 2 disks}, 1996
33. Integrated Turf Management for Schools: Training Conference, Oswego, 1998
34. IPM Articles – School and Otherwise, 1996-2000
35. IPM Associates, “Introduction to Integrated Management {IPM} for ‘Urban’ Landscapes,” 1997
36. IPM Case Studies, Healthy Schools Network / NYCAP, 1998-2002
37. IPM – Contracting and Consultants, 1988-2002, undated
38. IPM – Economics, 1990-2002, undated
39. IPM for Ants in Schools, undated
40. IPM for School Buildings and Grounds Training Conference, Westchester County, Correspondence, 1997
41. IPM for Schools – Excerpts from Bio-Integral Resource Center {RIRC} Manual, etc., circa 1995
42. IPM in Health Care Facilities, 1994, undated
43. “IPM in Museums and Libraries,” Pest Control Technology, January 1995
44. IPM In New York State – Ten Year Review / Campaign for Pesticide – Free Schools, 1993-2001
45. IPM in the Northeast Region, 1995
46. IPM Institute, Kids Curriculum Materials, 2000-2002
47. IPM Institute of North America, IPM Standards for Schools, 2002
48. IPM Manual for Ohio Schools, 1993
49. IPM Policies, 1993
50. IPM Policies – Municipal, 1983-1993
51. IPM Program Implementation, New York State Executive Order, 1993
52. IPM Sample Ordinance, NYCAP, undated
53. IPM: Selected Articles, 1989-1993
54. IPM Schools for Potential Case Studies or Freedom of Information Law Records Examinations, 2000, undated
55. Jamestown School Incident, 1992
56. Journal of Pesticide Reform / NCAP, School IPM Articles, 1990-1994
57. Journal of Pesticide Reform on Schools, 1990-1991
58. Learning About Pesticides at School, 1995
59. Learning About Pesticides at School: Project Ideas, 1995
60. Learning Disabilities from School Pesticides, 1992-1993
61. Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation {LEAF}, Campus Notes, May 1996
62. Local Schools Pesticide Policies, 1989-90, 2002, no date
63. Long Island Pesticide Use, 1992
64. Mamaroneck IPM, 1999
65. Maryland Schools IPM, 1990, 1994
66. Massachusetts Schools IPM, 1990
67. Michigan Schools IPM, 1993
68. Miscellaneous School IPM Articles from Around the Country, 1994-2002
69. A Model Integrated Pest Management Plan and Policy for Schools, NYCAP, undated
70. Monroe, David H. The Need for Integrated Pest Management in Urban Pest Control {Draft}, 1994
71. National PTA Positions on Pesticide Use in and Around Schools, 1992-1994
72. National School IPM Workshop, 1999
73. NCAMP, Community Pest Management Evaluation Toolkit, undated
74. NCAMP School Workshop / NYCAP Quotable Quotes Information Packet, 2000
75. NCAP, Unthinkable Risk: How Children Are Exposed and Harmed when Pesticides are Used at School, 2000

Box 5
Folder

1. New Jersey – IPM, 1991-1994
2. New Jersey Schools IPM, 1993
3. New York Healthy Schools Network, 1995
4. New York School IPM Survey, NYCAP, 1997
5. New York State Alliance for Comprehensive School Health and Wellness, undated
6. New York State Attorney General, Pesticides in Schools: Reducing the Risk, 1996
7. New York State Attorney Generals Office, Pesticide Use at New York Schools: Reducing the Risk, 2000
8. New York State Attorney General’s Views on Pesticides in Schools, 1993
9. New York State Board of Regent: Schools, 1993
10. New York State Board of Regents: Schools, 1993-1994
11. New York State DEC, IPM Pamphlets, 1999-2000
12. New York State DEC, Pesticide Reporting Law, 1996-1997
13. New York State Education Department, 1994
14. New York State Education Department: Policies and Guidelines for School IPM, 2000-2001
15. New York State IPM Program Annual Reports, 2000-2002
16. New York State Lawn Care Association Advocacy, 1997-2000, undated
17. New York State Office of General Services IPM Program, 2002
18. New York State Office of General Services {OGS} Pest Management Policy Articles, 1992, undated
19. New York State Office of the Attorney General, Pesticide Use at New York Schools: Reducing the Risk, 2000
20. New York State Pesticide Regulation Rollbacks – Healthy Schools Network / NYCAP Opposition, 1995
21. New York State Schools Boards Association, Annual Convention, 2000
22. “Non-Toxic Pest Management for Schools and Municipalities,” NYSNA Conference Center, Albany, N.Y., April 27, 2001
23. North Country Schools IPM, 1993
24. North Hempstead, N.Y. Pest Management Policy {Draft}, 1999
25. Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, 1990
26. NRDC: Children and Pesticides, 1997
27. NY Times, “Parents Pressuring Schools for Alternatives to Pesticides,” 1994-1995
28. NYCAP Action Kit, 1997
29. NYCAP Fact Sheet and Reports Sheet, undated
30. NYCAP IPM Guides and Information Clearinghouse Brochure, undated
31. NYCAP – IPM Information Packet, 1986-1995
32. NYCAP News, 1994
33. NYCAP Packets on Schools, 1988, 1990, undated
34. NYCAP, “Pesticides and Pest Management in Schools, Institutions, and Other Workplaces: A Resource Guide,” 1990
35. NYCAP Resource / Information / Outreach, 1999-2000
36. NYCAP School Campaign, 1990-1994
37. NYCAP, School Pesticide Fact Sheet and Safe School Challenge {Sample Press Release}, undated
38. NYCAP, Schools and Outreach, 1999, undated
39. NYPIRG NYC Safe Schools handbook, undated
40. NYS Association for Superintendents of School Buildings and Ground / NYCAP – Survey on IPM, 1997
41. Organic School Lunches, 1993
42. Oswego School Participant Roster, 1998
43. Oswego Schools, 1996
44. Overview of Pest Management Policies, Programs and Practices in Selected California Public School Districts, 1996
45. Partnership for Children’s Health and the Environment / Healthy Schools Network, 2000
46. Partnerships for Health Schools – Information Requests, Financial and Miscellaneous, 1995-1998
47. Partnerships for Healthy Schools / w. Alton Jones Foundation – Reports, 1996-1998
48. Partnerships for Healthy Schools {PHS} Partners, 1996-1998
49. Partnership for Pesticide-Free-Schools: General Interest Meeting, 1999
50. Partnerships for Pesticide-Free-Schools / IPM, 1999-2000
51. Pennsylvania Schools IPM, 1992
52. Pest Management Policies – Massachusetts, 1999-2001
53. Pesticide Exposure Incidents, 2000
54. Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law and Schools, New York State, 2001-2002
55. Pesticide Neighbor Notification {PNN} / Schools Press Release, 2002, undated
56. Pesticide Notification-School Survey, 2001
57. Pesticide Use in Schools – Misc., 1993-2002
58. Pesticide Watch Education Fund, Reducing Pesticide Use in Schools: An Organizing Manual, 1998
59. Pesticides in Schools and Workplaces Resource Guides, no date
60. Pesticides, Neighbor Notification and Schools, 2001-2002
61. PHS Database, undated
62. PHS Outreach, undated
63. PHS Proposal for 1998
64. PHS Resources, 1996-1997
65. PHS Survey, 1996-1997

Box 6
Folder

1. Resources for Integrated Pest Management, NYCAP, 1986-1896
2. Revised School Packet on IPM, 1990, 1992, undated
3. Right-to-Know: Maryland School Notification, 1997
4. Riley, Becky, “Getting Pesticides out of Our Schools,” 1994
5. Rochester Schools Workshop, 1999
6. Safe Control of Head Lice, NYCAP, 1997-1998
7. San Diego School IPM, 1991
8. Schenectady Schools, 1987, 1990-91
9. School Board, 1989-1993
10. School Building and Grounds IPM, 1998
11. School Curricula for Least-Toxic Pest Control / IPM, 1983-1998, undated
12. School District Facilities Department Manual, no date
13. The School Environment: A Strategy Session, 1990
14. School Environmental Protection Act of 2001 {SEPA}, 1999-2001
15. School Environmental Quality, 1988-1994, undated
16. School Indoor Air Quality, 1994-95, no date
17. School Indoor Air Quality Best Management Practices Manual, 1995
18. School IPM Activist Packet, NYCAP, 1996-1997, undated
19. School IPM-Ants and Stinging Insects, 1998, undated
20. School IPM Checklist, NYCAP circa 1990
21. School IPM: Children’s Projects, 1983-1998
22. School IPM, Collection of Information by NYCAP, 1997-2000
23. School IPM Conference {Westchester}- Evaluations, 1998
24. School IPM-Correspondence, 1995-1997
25. School IPM Fact sheets, 2001, undated
26. School IPM: How To, 1990-1997
27. School IPM: NCAP, 1989-1994, undated
28. School/IPM – NYCAP Action Kit Material, 1994-1999
29. School IPM Policies – Various, 1989-1999, undated
30. School IPM Raffle and Winners, 1997
31. School IPM Resources – Rutgers
32. School IPM: Risks of Pesticides, 1991-1997
33. Pesticides in Schools, NCAMP / Safer Pest Control Project, 1992-2000
34. Pesticides in Schools News clippings, 1988, 1990, 1998, 2000
35. Pesticide Watch – Schools, 1997
36. Pesticides in Schools, General Information, 1990-95, no date

Box 7
Folder

1. School Packet, 1990-1991
2. School Packet, 1991-1992
3. School Pest Control Reports, 1994-95
4. School Pesticide News Clippings, 1985,1988,1990-95
5. School Pesticide Use – State Laws, 2000-2002, undated
6. School TIPS – Pesticides and IPM – NYCAP, undated
7. The Schooling of State Pesticide Laws, Beyond Pesticides / NYCAMP, 1998-2000
8. Schools – Cost Savings through IPM, 1997-1998
9. Sick School Syndrome, 1993-95, no date
10. Solomon Schechter School IPM, 2000
11. Southeast Schools IPM, 1990-91
12. Successful School IPM Programs, 1999
13. SUNY Albany Pesticide Report, 2000
14. SUNY Oneonta Pesticide Use, 2002
15. Survey, School IPM, 1997
16. Survey, School IPM, 1997 {2}
17. Survey – School Pesticide Use Reduction, 1995
18. Susquehanna Valley Incident, 1993
19. Teaching Students About Pesticides, 1989, 1992
20. Tennessee Schools IPM, 1993-1994
21. Texas Pesticide Information Network, Pesticide Report Card: Texas Schools Score from A to F in the IPM Program, 1999
22. Texas Schools IPM, 1994, undated
23. Ticonderoga School Participant Roster, 2000
24. Troy – IPM Policy, 2000
25. Tvedten, Stephen L. The Best Control…{An Intelligent Pest Management Manual}, Ch. 1-13, 1994-1995
26. Tvedten, Stephen L. The Best Control…{An Intelligent Pest Management Manual}, Ch. 14-33, 1994-1995
27. Tvedten, Stephen L. The Best Control…{An Intelligent Pest Management Manual}, Ch. 34-End, 1994-1995
28. University at Buffalo Pesticide Report, 2000
29. University of Rochester Environmental Health and Safety Dept., IPM Presentation, 1998
30. Urban Pest Management for Elementary Students, 1983
31. U.S. EPA, Help! It’s a Roach! A Roach Prevention Activity Book for Kids, 1999
32. U.S. EPA, Pest Control in the School Environment: Adopting Integrated Pest Management, 1993
33. U.S. General Accounting Office, Pesticides: Use, Effects and Alternatives to Pesticides in Schools, 1999
34. U.S. General Services Administration, GSA Custodial Management Handbook – Ch. 8: IPM, circa 1990
35. Various School IPM Policies, 1997-99
36. W. Alton Jones Foundation Annual Reports, 1993, 1995
37. W. Alton Jones Foundation Application Material, 1995
38. W. Alton Jones Foundation Grant Extension and Agreement, 1995-1996
39. W. Alton Jones Foundation PHS Report, 1995-1996
40. W. Alton Jones Foundation PHS Report, 1996
41. W. Alton Jones Foundation Proposal, 1995
42. W. Alton Jones Foundation Proposal for 1997, 1996
43. Washington State Schools IPM, 1999
44. Webster Central School IPM, 1990-1991
45. Westchester Planning / Pesticide Education Project, 2002
46. Westchester Schools Participant Roster, 1998
47. Westport Central School – IPM Case Study, 1993-2001
48. What is IPM? 1999, undated
49. Who’s Minding the Schools, Fordham Environmental Law Journal, Vol. 7, Fall 1996
50. Wilkenfield, Irene Articles and Biography, 1993
51. WWF Canada, 1998
52. Playgrounds-Pesticide Use at Schools, 1983, 1987
53. Power Lines and Health Risks at Schools, 1993
54. PTA – National 1990-1993
55. PTA – New York State, 1993, 1997
56. Public Citizen – School Pesticides, 1991-92
57. Quick Guide to Who, What, Where, Why, When and How of IPM for Schools, NYCAP, 1996
58. Radon in Schools, 1993, undated
59. Reducing Pesticide Use in Schools, by Phil Boise and Karen Feeney, 1998
60. Reports of “Our Children at Risks,” undated


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 7: Subject Files

Box 1
Folder

1. Access to Pesticide Information, Notes, 1992
2. Adirondack Park / Adirondack Council, Publications and Correspondence, 1990-1994
3. Albany Pine Bush Preserve, 1996-2000
4. “The Americans with Disabilities Act as a Weapon Against Indoor Pollution,” by Alice Kaswan, 1993
5. Anti-Microbial Pesticides, 2001
6. Apartments and Condominiums – Combating Pesticide Use, 1988-1996
7. Art Supplies – Hazards, 2000-2002
8. Asking About Pesticide Use, 1994, undated
9. ATSDR Fact Sheets, 1995-2001
10. Bibliography for Research and Writing, NRDC/NYCAP, 1997
11. Biodiversity, 1992-1995
12. Biofungicide, 2000-2001
13. Bioherbicide, 2001
14. Biological Pesticides, 1991-2000
15. Botanical Insecticides, 1985-1998
16. “Bromide Barons,” 1997
17. Building Leadership Teams for Research Protection, 1993
18. Buildings – Healthy/Green, 2001-2002, undated
19. Canadian Pesticide Issues, no date
20. Cancelled Pesticides – Federal, 1989-1990
21. CCA {Chromated Copper Arsenate} – Arsenic Planning, 2002
22. CCA {Chromated Copper Arsenate} – Arsenic, Sandra Steingraber, 2002
23. CCA {Chromated Copper Arsenate} – Correspondence, 2002
24. CCA {Chromated Copper Arsenate} – Deborah Bame, “The Problem with Pressure Treated Wood,” undated
25. CCA {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – General Information, 2001-2002
26. CCA – New York State Assembly Bill to ban use of arsenic treated wood, 2002
27. CCA {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – “The Poisonwood Rivals” A report on the dangers of touching arsenic treated wood,” 2001
28. CCA {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Public Interest Groups petition, 2002
29. CCA {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Press Correspondence, 2002
30. CCA {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Studies on testing arsenic levels, 1993-2002
31. CCA Study {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Allison Lounsbury, 2002
32. CCA Study {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Arsenic in Playgrounds Notes , 2002
33. CCA Study – “Chemical Leaching of As, Cu and Cr from CCA Pressure Treated Wood in Children’s Playgrounds,” 2002
34. CCA Study – “Chemical Leaching of CCA Pressure Treated Wood in Children’s Playgrounds,” Master Copy, 2002
35. CCA Study {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} Drafts of Study Press Release, 2002
36. CCA Study{Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – “Poison Playgrounds” Press Release, 2002
37. CCA Study {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Press Conference, 2002
38. CCA Study {Chromated Cooper Arsenate} – Project 2002
39. Chemical Fact sheets – New York State Department of Health, 1989
40. Chemical Free Insecticides, 1998-1999
41. Chemical Injury Information Network, Introductory Package into the World of Toxic Chemicals, circa 1998
42. Chemical Warfare, 1991-1993
43. Circle of Poison Information Sheets, 1990-91, no date
44. A Citizen’s Toxic Waste Audit Manual, Greenpeace USA, 1990
45. Cleaning Chemical Dangers and Info on Alternatives – Information Packet, 1988-2001, undated
46. Cleaning Chemical Fact sheet, Background Information and Correspondence, 1990-1994
47. Cleaning Chemicals and Alternatives, 1989-2001, undated {1 of 2} 48. Cleaning Chemicals and Alternatives, 1989-2001, undated {2 of 2} 49. Cleaning Chemicals – Health Risks of Specific Chemicals, 1988-2002
50. Cleaning Information Packet – Draft, 1988-1994, undated
51. Cleaning Products – Health Hazards Manual, 1990
52. Cleaning Products – “Home Safe Home” Fact Sheets
53. Cleaning – Task Group Methods
54. Contacts, Referrals, and Hotlines, 1997-2002, undated
55. Cornell Cooperative Extension, EXTOXNET {Extension Toxicology Network}, 1988-1989
56. Dangers of Carpet Chemicals – Information Packet, 1991-2001
57. Disinfectants, 1980-1993
58. Environment, Land Use and Natural Resources Action Strategy 1985
59. Environmental Lobbyists News Clippings, 1993
60. Environmental Issues, News Clippings, 1989
61. Environmentally Friendly Products / Products for the Chemical Sensitive, 2001-2002, undated
62. Exterminators – Notes on Business Methods, 1991
63. Extoxnet, Extension Toxicology Network {Binder Contents} – Pesticide Information Profiles and Toxicology Information Briefs, 1987-89 {1 of 3} 64. Extoxnet {Binder Contents} 1987-89, {2 of 3}

Box 2
Folder

1. Extoxnet {Binder Contents} 1987-89 {3 of 3} 2. Fact Sheets {Various} on Alternatives to Pesticides and Least Toxic Pest Control, 1991-2002, undated
3. Finding Least-Toxic Pest Control Products, 1996-2001
4. Flame Engineering Pest Control Products, 1990
5. Fluoride, 1990-2001
6. Foggers, 1994
7. Fraudulent Pesticide Testing, Articles and Notes, 1981-1994
8. Friends of the Earth, The World Trade Organization and the Environment: A Citizen Action guide, 1999
9. Fumigants, 1994
10. Glover Consultation on Electronic Pest Control, 1998
11. Grandpa Art Nature Songs for Children, 1993
12. Green Guerilla Program, 1991
13. Hazards of Paints, Finishes, Solvents and Info on Alternatives – Information Packets, 1988-2002
14. Healthier Cleaning and Maintenance: Practices and Products for Schools, Healthy Schools Network, 1999
15. Holistic Healing and Health Services and Products, 1988, 1992, 1996 , no date
16. Herbicides, 1974-1992
17. Household Products – Dangers from Various Items, 1995-2002
18. Indoor Air Quality – Airplanes, 1993-1999
19. Indoor Air Quality – Anderson Laboratories {Indoor Air Specialists}, 1992-1995
20. Indoor Air Quality – Consultants, 1990-2002
21. Indoor Air Quality – General, 1987-2002
22. Indoor Air Quality – General IEQ {Indoor Environmental Quality} Strategies, 1998-2001
23. Indoor Air Quality – Schools, 1988-2001
24. “Industrial Insectecology,” 1984
25. Inert Chemical Disclosure Campaign, 1988-2001
26. Inert Chemical Fact sheet – Beyond Pesticides, NCAMP, undated
27. Inert Chemicals – Environmental Protection Agency, 1987-1995
28. Inert Chemicals in Pesticides – General Information 1986-1999
29. Inert Chemicals – Hazardous Waste, 1988-1991
30. Inert Chemicals – Information Packet, 1998-2000
31. Inert Chemicals – Misc. 1988-1994
32. Inert Chemicals – National Pesticide Telecommunications Network, 2000
33. Inert Chemicals – New York State Attorney General, 1990-1994
34. Inert Chemicals – New York State Attorney General’s Office Update on Inert Ingredients in Pesticides, 2001
35. Inert Chemicals – Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides, 1986-1992
36. Inert Chemicals – Pesticides Formulations, 1988
37. Inert Chemicals – “Toxic Secrets: Inert Ingredients in Pesticides1987-1997”, NCAP
38. Inert Compounds in Pesticides Chemical Reports, 1986,91, 1994-95
39. Informational Handouts – in Spanish, no date
40. Insect Repellant, 1994-2002
41. Introduction to Toxic Chemicals, NYCAP / Chemical Injury Information network, undated
42. Janitorial Products Pollution Prevention Project, 2000-2002
43. Land Trusts / Preservation Groups, Brochures and Newsletter, 1991-1991, undated
44. Landfills and Compost Heaps, News clippings and Notes, 1996
45. League of Women Voters of Albany County, ‘household Hazards; A Guide to Detoxifying your Home,” 1990
46. Legal Referrals, 2000-2002
47. Long Island Neighborhood Network, Pesticides and Children: Avoiding the Risks, 1995
48. Massachusetts {State of}, Environmentally Preferable Cleaning Products Procurement Program, 1999-2000
49. Material Safety Data Sheets {MSDS} 1995
50. Medical Referrals, 1997-2002
51. Mold – Health Effects and Control, 1991, 2000-2002
52. Mold: Health Effects, Solving Problems, Resources, Etc. – Information Packet, 1991, 2000-2002
53. MU-17 {Naled} – Firefighter Incident, 1991
54. Myth of Safety, Information Packet, 1989-1991, undated
55. National Geographic, Photocopy of DDT Spraying on a Beach in 1945, 1996
56. Natural Pesticides, 1988-2000
57. NCAMP, Poison Poles: A Report About Their Toxic Trail and the Safer Alternatives, 1997
58. “Never-Registered Pesticides,” Five Case Studies, 1992
59. New England Pest Control Association, 1993
60. New Jersey Department of Health: Right to Know Program, 1989
61. New York State Attorney General, The Secret Hazards of Pesticides: Inert Ingredients, 1996
62. New York State Department of Health – Fact Sheets re: West Nile Virus, Mosquito Pesticides and Repellents, 2001
63. New York State Department of health – Insecticide Fact Sheets, 2001
64. New York Unemployed Committee Information, no date
65. Nontoxic Sugar Ester Insecticides, 2000
66. North Central Regional Extension Publication, Alternatives in Insect Management: Biological and Biorational Approaches, 1991
67. Northeast Regional Pesticide Coordinators, Pesticides Applicator Training Manual, 1990
68. Northern Forest Protection, 1994, undated
69. NYCAP Cleaning Chemical Series – Fact sheets, 1990-1996, undated
70. NYCAP Herbicide Fact Sheet, 1992
71. Organic Pesticides, 1989-1998
72. Organic Product Referral, 1999-2001, undated

Box 3
Folder

1. Organ chlorines, 1994-95
2. Organophosphates, 11978-1995
3. Organophosphates-PAN Campaign, 1984-1993
4. Paints – Least Toxic Options, 2000-2001
5. Personal Care Products / Cosmetic – Health Risks, 1999-2002
6. Pest Control at Troy Area United Ministries Correspondence and Fact sheets on Pesticides, 1993
7. Pest Control Industry, Notes, 1990-1991
8. Pest Control Information – Various Articles and Brochures, 1996-2002
9. Pest Control Operator Referrals, 1998-2002, undated
10. Pest Control Product Catalogs, 1994
11. Pest Control Products, no date
12. Pest Control Products, no date [con’t]
13. Pesticide Action Network {PAN}, Annual Report and Global Pesticide Campaigner {Periodical}, 1995
14. Pesticide Advertising – Articles, Correspondence and Advertisements, 1988-1995
15. Pesticide Advocates – Articles, Pamphlets, and Notes, 1984-1994 {1 of 2}
16. Pesticide Advocates – Articles, Pamphlets, and Notes, 1984-1994 {2 of 2}
17. Pesticide Alternatives and Clean Energy Forum at Huntington Town Hall, 2000
18. Pesticide Alternatives Project – “Choosing Family-Safe Alternatives,” Information Packet, 1998
19. Pesticides Education – Correspondence and Related Materials, 1991-1994
20. Pesticide Exportation, 1991-2002
21. Pesticide Exposure Incidents – Reports, Correspondence, and Notes, 1994-2000 {1 of 4} 22. Pesticide Exposure Incidents – Reports, Correspondence, and Notes, 1994-2000 {2 of 4} 23. Pesticide Exposure Incidents – Reports, Correspondence, and Notes, 1994-2000 {3 of 4} 24. Pesticide Exposure Incidents – Reports, Correspondence, and Notes, 1994-2000 {4 of 4} 25. Pesticide Fact Sheets – Environmental Protection Agency, 1984-1990
26. “Pesticide Free! Safe for Children and Other Living Things,” Lawn Signs, undated
27. “Pesticide Industry Propaganda: The Real Story,” 1995
28. Pesticide Ingredients Lists and Labels, 1991-95, no date
29. Pesticide Manufactures, 1984, 1987, undated
30. Pesticide Product Registration – New York State, 1989-1996
31. Pesticide Purchase Records for SUNY Schools, 1988
32. Pesticide Reform – World Trade Organization, 2000
33. Pesticide Registration Exemptions, 1986-1993
34. Pesticide Regulations – Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act re: adding new exemptions, 1996-2002
35. Pesticide-related Pamphlets, Guides and Lists from Various Organizations, 1990-1995, undated
36. Pesticide Reports New York State Attorney General’s Office, 1991-1996
37. Pesticide Reporting – Annual Report on New York State 1997 Pesticide Sales and Applications, 1998
38. Pesticide Reregistration, EPA, 1990-1995
39. Pesticide Research – Date Falsification, 1981-1983
40. Pesticide Restrictions – European Union, 2001
41. “Pesticidal Soaps, Dusts, Oils, etc.” – Information Packet, 1991-1999
42. Pesticide Use – Advertisement Campaign against Aerial Spraying, 2000
43. Pesticide Use – China, 2000
44. Pesticide Use – Canada, 2001
45. Pesticide Use – Columbia,
46. Pesticide Use – Costa Rica,
47. Pesticide Use – Environmental Economic Cost Articles re: David Pimentel, 1978-1993
48. Pesticide Use – Great Lakes Region, 1992-1997
49. Pesticide Use – Illegal Pesticides, 2001
50. Pesticide Use in SUNY Schools, 1998

Box 4
Folder

1. Pesticide Use – India, re: Aerial Spraying and Illness, 2000
2. Pesticide Use – Mexico, re: Toxic Flower Production, 2000
3. Pesticide Use – “Myth of Safety” Information Packet,
4. Pesticide Use – New Hampshire, 1988
5. Pesticide Use – New Jersey, 1986-1993
6. Pesticide Use – New York, 1982-1998
7. Pesticide Use – New York State Compliance with Great Lakes Initiative, 1997
8. Pesticide Use – Non-agricultural Applications, 1980-1996
9. Pesticide Use – New York, Articles, 2000
10. Pesticide Use – Pesticide Drift, 1995-1999
11. Pesticide Use – Record Keeping, 1989-1995
12. Pesticide Use – United Kingdom, 2000
13. Pesticide Use – Urban Pesticide Bill, NYPIRG petition, 2001-2002
14. Pesticide Use – Washington, 1993-1994
15. Pesticide Use Reduction, 1992-1997
16. Pesticide Use Reduction and Reporting – California, 1989-2001
17. Pesticide Use Reduction – Canada, 1989-1990
18. Pesticide Use Reduction – Citizens for Alternatives to Pesticides, 1994
19. Pesticide Use Reduction – Europe, 1991-1998
20. Pesticide Use Reduction – Sweden, 1990-1994
21. Pesticide Use Reporting Bill – New York, 1994
22. Pesticide Use / Risk Reduction Initiative Workshop – Environmental Protection Agency, 1993-1994
23. Pesticide Warning Labels – Fact Sheet Information, 1995, undated
24. Pesticides – Banned in the United States, 1990-1999
25. Pesticides – “Basic Information About Pesticides” 1999-2001
26. Pesticides News Clippings, 1987-1994
27. Pesticides News Clippings, 1995-97
28. Pesticides, New Clippings, no date
29. Pet Pest Control Methods, 1989-90, 1993
30. Pheromones, 1988-1999
31. Polyurethane – Hazards of Ingredients, 2000-2002
32. Porphyric Pesticides, 1995
33. Public Service Announcements, 1993, no date
34. Registration of Reduced Risk Pesticides, 1992-1994
35. Responsible Care / Chemical Manufactures Association, 1989-1994
36. Restricted Pesticides, 1986-1999
37. Right to Know / Pesticide Applications, 1992-1999, undated
38. Risk/Benefit Analysis of Pesticide Use, 1990-1994
39. Run Off – Antibiotics in Waterways, 2000
40. Safe Home Fair, 1991
41. The Safer Pest Control Project, 1996-1997, undated
42. “A Sense of Wonder” – A Play Based on the Life and Works of Rachel Carson, 2002
43. Sick Building Syndrome, 1990-2002
44. Solvents, 1987-1994
45. St. Louis Post – Dispatcher “Pesticides: Promise and Peril,” 1993
46. Surfactants, 1988-1993
47. Table of 42 Common Toxic Chemicals and Their Effects, S.C. Rowat, 1998
48. Termiticides, 1988-1994
49. The Toxic Treadmill: Pesticide Use and Sales in New York State, 1997-1998. EA and NYPIRG, 2000
50. Toxic Use Reduction, 1989-1994
51. Turning Point Project in Genetic Engineering, no date
52. Vegetarian Starter Kits, no date
53. Westchester County Mosquito Borne Disease Surveillance and Control Plan, 2000
54. Westchester County Mosquito Borne Disease Surveillance and Control Plan Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement, 2001
55. Westchester County’s Mosquito Surveillance and Control Program: Operation S.T.I.N.G., 2000
56. Whitmire Research Laboratories, 1975-1992, undated
\ 57. Wood Decay Prevention in Buildings, 1985, 1993
58. Wood Preservation – Cooper, ACQ, 1989-2002
59. Wood Preservations – General Information, 1983-2001
60. Wood Preservations – Information Packet, 1988-1994
61. Wood Preservations – Information Packet, 1989-2002
62. Wood Preservations, 1978-2001
63. Wood stream Corp., Chlropyrifus, Isopar M, and Inerts, 2000
64. Zoning / Land Use, 1988-1993

Box 5
Folder

1. Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, Articles on Pesticide Use and Low Income Urban Children, 2002
2. Pesticides in the News, News Clippings, 1997-2000


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Series 5: Issue Files, 1908-2000
Subseries 8: Water Quality

Box 1
Folder

1. Aqua facts Magazine / New York Rural Water Association, 1991
2. “Assessment of Available Water Quality Date for Selected Rensselaer County Surface Water Bodies…” 1990
< 3. “Assessment of Pesticides in upstate New York Groundwater, Appendix Three: Summary of Information for Sampled Sites,” circa 1987
4. Breaking the Chain: Texas in the Hudson Valley – Conference Sponsored by Scenic Hudson, 1995-1996
5. Canandaigua Lake Watershed Task Force, 1990-1991, undated
6. Citizens for Media Literacy – Articles and Publications, 1991-1994, undated
7. Clean Water Act Reauthorization / Clean Water Network, 1987-1995 {1 of 2} 8. Clean Water Act Reauthorization / Clean Water Network, 1987-1995 {2 of 2} 9. Clean Water Network – Press Packet, 1997
10. Clean Water Status Reports, 1995
11. Cooperative Extensions of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Understanding our Groundwater – Household Chemicals, undated
12. Cornell University and the University of Maryland, Water Testing / Standards Fact sheets, 1983-1989
13. Drinking Water Supplies – New York State, 1966-1995
14. Friends of the Earth, “Protecting Groundwater from Pesticides: A Clean Water Action Guide,” 2000
15. Great Lakes Pollution – Publication, Organization Pamphlets, Fact Sheets, 1989-1993
16. Groundwater Education Project / Leagues of Women Voters, 1991
17. Groundwater Pollution / Protection – New York State 1984-1993, undated {1 of 2} 18. Groundwater Pollution / Triazine, U.S. EPA Correspondence, 1996-1996
19. Groundwater Protection – Reports and Conference Pamphlets, 1984-1992
20. Hudson Valley Green Times – Special Edition on Water, Vol. 10, no. 3, 1990
21. Iowa Groundwater Act, Notes, 1989
22. Lake Champlain Basin Program, no date
23. Long Island Sound – Conservation and Management, 1990-1999
24. NCAMP, “The Great American Water Debate,” 1989
25. NCAP, “Every Drop Matters: A Guide to Preventing Groundwater Contamination,” 1989
26. New England Environmental Network News, Summer 1991
27. New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, Proceedings and Annual Reports, 1985-1987
28. New York Ad Hoc Task Force on Agriculture and the New York City Watershed Rules and Regulations, 1990-1991
29. New York City / Department of Environmental Protection – Watershed Regulations, 1987-1995
30. New York Pesticides and Water Working Group – Organizational Attempt, 1991, undated
31. New York State Water Resources Institute, 1986-1992 {1 of 2} 32. New York State Water Resources Institute, 1986-1992 {2 of 2} 33. New York State Water Resources Institute, East of Hudson Pesticide Survey Steering Committee, 1999
34. New York State Water Resources Institute Initial Pesticide Use and User Behavior Estimates for East-of-Hudson New York City Watersheds, 2000
35. New York State Watershed Projects, 1996
36. New York Sustainable Agriculture Working Group Membership Materials, 1994
37. Non point Source Pollution / Water Runoff, 1984-2000 38. Notes / Strategies on Water Issues, undated
39. NYS DEC, “New York Citizens Statewide Lake Assessment Program {CLAP}: 1994 Annual Report, 1995
40. NYS DEC, “Water Quality Monitoring Program to Detect Pesticide Contamination in Groundwater’s of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, NY,” 1999
41. NYS DEC, “Watershed Planning Handbook for the Control of Nonpoint Source Pollution,” 1994

Box 2
Folder

1. NYS, “Final Intended Use Plan for the New York State Drinking Water State Revolving Fund,” 2002
2. Oregon Groundwater Protection Legislation, Correspondence from NCAP, 1989
3. Pesticides in Groundwater and Runoff {New England}, 1973-1992
4. Rivers {Protection} – Citizen Involvement and Education, 1990-1992, undated
5. Soil and Water Conservation – Publications, Guides, Policy, and Notes, 1989-1993
6. United States, EPA, Publication on Water Quality, Assessment and Protection, 1993-2001
7. United States Geological Survey, Publications on Water Quality, 1999-2001
8. U.S. Geological Survey {USGS} Water Quality Surveys in New York State, 1998-2001
9. Water – Pesticide Contamination, 1993-1999
10. Water Pollution from Pharmaceuticals Use, Personal Care Products, Hormones, Etc., 2000-2002
11. “A Water Quality Sampling Project for Selected Rensselaer County Surface Water Bodies – Summer 1990,” 1991
12. Water Treatment Devices, 1990-1997
13. Watershed ’93: A National Conference on Watershed Management, 1993
14. Watershed Projects, Other States, 1995, no date
15. “We All Live Downstream,” Mississippi River Pollution Project, no date

Box 3
Folder

1. U.S. E.P.A., Indoor Air Quality: Tools for Schools Action Kit

Box 4
Folder

1. Groundwater Pollution / Protection – New York State, 1984-1993, undated {2 of 2}


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Series 6: NYCAP Publications - Other
Subseries 1: NYCAP Publications

Box 1
Folder

1. 20th Century Living, 1992, 1995
2. ACTS Facts, The Monthly Newsletter from Arts, Crafts, and Theater Safety, 1993-1998
3. ACTS Facts, The Monthly Newsletter from Arts, Crafts, and Theater Safety, 1998-2002
4. Adirondack Council Newsletters, 1992-1993, 1995-1996
5. The Adirondack Council, State of the Park, 2000, 2002
6. Administrations Promise to Protect Kids from Pesticides Proves Empty, 1998
7. Advocacy Group for the Environmentally Sensitive, 1995
8. AERD (Alternative Energy Resources Organization) Times, 1991-1992
9. AGES- Advocacy Group for the Environmentally Sensitive, 1992, 1994, 1997
10. Agrarian Advocate, 1985-1992
11. Albany Public Schools Capital Education, 1990
12. Albany Report, 1987-1992
13. Albany Report, 1992-1997
14. Albuquerque Regional Greens (ARG) Bulletin, 1993, 1994
15. Allegheny Council on Occupational Safety and Health (ALCDSH) Newsletter, 1990-1994
16. Allergy Hotline, 1994, 1996
17. Alternative Agriculture News, 1986-1987
18. Alternative Agriculture News, 1988-1989
19. Alternative Agriculture News, 1990-1991
20. Alternatives/Washington Toxics Coalition, 1998
21. Alternative Agriculture News, 1992-1994
22. Alternative Agriculture News, 1996-1999
23. Alternative Agriculture News, 2000-2002
24. The Alternator: A Generator for Alternative Currents in Agriculture, Energy, and Lifestyles, 1992-1993
25. APEC News, 1989-1992
26. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA) News, 1991-1995
27. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA) News, 1996-1999
28. Arkansas ENVIRONMENTAL Bulletin, 1992
29. ART Hazards News, 1994-1998
30. Association of Birth Defect Children, 1994
31. At the Crossroads, Northern Tier Land Grant Newsletter, 1991-1993
32. Atlantic Coast Watch, 1999
33. Audubon Leader: News for Audubon Chapter Leaders, Northern Region, Spring 1991
34. Backyard Eco Conference Program, 1993
35. Balancing the Scales, 1988-1992
36. The Bear Facts, 1990-1993
37. Biocontrol Flash Newsletters, 1991
38. Biotechnology of Development, Monitor, 1994-1997
39. Biotechnology of Development, Monitor, 1997-2002
40. Blueprint for Social Justice, 1992
41. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Plants and Garden News, 1991-1994
42. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Plants and Garden News, 1995, 1997
43. B.U.G.S. Flyer, Biological Urban Gardening Services, 1988-1995
44. B.U.G.S. Flyer, Biological Urban Gardening Services, 1995-2002
45. Bulletin of Pollution Prevention, 1991-1992
46. California Certified Organic Farmers Statewide Newsletter, 1993
47. California Certified Organic Farmers Statewide Newsletter, 1994
48. California Communities Against Toxics (CCAT) Newsletter, Issue 9, Spring 1993

Box 2
Folder

California Pesticide Groups Publications, 1993-1994, 1997-1998
2. California Pesticide Reform Resource, 2001
3. Californians for Alternatives to Toxic Annual Report, 1997
4. A Call to Action Using Indicators to Measure Progress in Children’s Environmental Health, 2002
5. The Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture, 1996
6. The Campaign to Protect Child Health
7. Campus Action News, 1993-1996
8. Canadian Children’s Environmental Health Partnership, 2002
9. Canadian Organic Farming Publications, undated
10. Canary News, 1992-1994, 1996
11. Canary News, 1998-2002
12. Cape Cod Coalition for Safe Food, Newsletters, 1989-1992
13. Catskill Center News, 1991-1995
14. California Certified Organic Farmers Statewide Newsletter, 1992
15. Center for Children’s Health and the Environment
16. Center for Rural Affairs, 1984-1989
17. Center for Rural Affairs, 1990-1993
18. Center for Rural Affairs, 1994-2000
19. Central Indiana Heal, 1992
20. Central New York Council on Occupational Safety and Health/Health Works, 1994-1996
21. Central New York Environment, 1989-1992
22. Central New York Environment, 1992-1993
23. Central New York Environment, 1994
24. Central New York Environment, 1995-1996
25. Chemical and Environmental Allergy Support Effort (C.E.A.S.E.) Newsletter and Publications, 1989-1996, undated
26. Chemical Sensitivity Connection Newsletter, 1994-1996
27. Chemical Sensitivity Connection, 1999-2002
28. The Children’s Environmental Health Network, 1994
29. The Children’s Environmental Health Network, Network News, 1996
30. Children’s Health Articles, 2002
31. Children’s Health Environment Coalition Report, 1996
32. Chlorine Free, 1993
33. Citizen Action of New York, Quarterly Reports, 1990-1993
34. Citizen’s Campaign Report, 1990-1997
35. Citizen’s Coal Council/Reporter, 1994
36. Citizen’s for a Better Environment Environmental Review
37. Clinical Ecology Study Group, 1990-1995
38. The Colorado Pesticide Network News, 1993-2000
39. Cognition: The Voice of Canadian Organic Growers, 1992-1993
40. Cognition: The Voice of Canadian Organic Growers, 1993-1995
41. Cognition: The Voice of Canadian Organic Growers, 1992
42. Colorado Pesticide Network News, 1988-1990
43. Colorado Pesticide Network News, 1991-1993
44. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 1984-1987

Box 3
Folder

1. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 1988-1991
2. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 1991-1994
3. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 1994-1997
4. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 1997-2000
5. Common Sense Pest Control Quarterly, 2001-2002
6. Communicator, 1991-1992
7. Community and Rural Development Institute Annual Report, 1994-1995
8. Community and Rural Development Institute (CaRDI) News, 1993-1999
9. Community Connections/The Minnesota Project, 1992-2001
10. Community Development Reports, 1993-1996
11. Community Food Security News, 1995-1999
12. Community Ink, 1992
13. Community Plume Newsletter, 1989
14. Components, University of California Agriculture Newsletter, 1990, 1992
15. Connecticut Fund for the Environment Newsletter, 1986-1991
16. Controlling Interest, 1993
17. Cornell Cooperative Extension Agriculture News Releases, undated
18. Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York State Ornamentals Project Reports Relating to IPM, 1998-2002 (1 of 2)
19. Cornell Cooperative Extension, New York State Ornamentals Project Reports Relating to IPM, 1998-2002 (2 of 2)
20. Cornell University Agriculture and Life Sciences News, 1991, 1994
21. Corporate Hog Update, 1994-1995
22. The Cultivar, 1986-1995
23. Current Research Monitor, Pesticide Action Network UK/ The Pesticide Trust, 1993-2002
24. Current The Journal of North Country Action, 1989-1992
25. Cycle, Environmental Action Coalition Newsletter, 1992-1995
26. The Delicate Balance/The National Center for Environmental Health Strategies, 1990-1992
27. The Delicate Balance/The National Center for Environmental Health Strategies, 1994
28. The Disability Rag, 1996
29. Disable in Action Activist, 1996
30. Discernment is Needed, Share, Care, and Prayer, 1998
31. Down to Earth Newsletter, 1993-1995
32. E-Law (Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide) Newsletter, 1992-1995
33. Eagle’s Eye, Bethlehem Central School Newsletter, 1995
34. Earth First, 1990-1992
35. Earth Island Journal, 1992-1993
36. Earth Island Journal, 1994-1996
37. Earth Times, Spring and Summer, 1992
38. Earth Roots, 1993-1994
39. Earth Keeping, 1989
40. The ECHO/ Ecological Health Organization, 1992-2000
41. Eco Justice Quarterly, 1993-1995
42. Ecolife, Information and Support for Persons with Chemical Sensitivities, 1993-1997
43. Ecologic News, 1995
44. Ecological Agriculture Projects News, 1991-1992
45. Ecological Health Organization and Action Coalition Newsletter, 1992

Box 4
Folder

1. Ecology and Environment Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1990-1992, 1995-1996
2. Ecology Reports, 1992-1993
3. Ecomedia Bulletin: Toronto’s Anarchist Bi-Weekly, Issue #36, 1988
4. The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 1988-1992
5. The Egg: A Journal of Eco-Justice, 1992-1993
6. E.I. Circle of Prayer, Share, Care and Prayer, 1991-1992
7. The Elm Advisor, 1991-1993
8. Environ Magazine, 1991-1992
9. Environment Bulletin, 1991-1992
10. Environmental Access Research Network Newsletter, 1991
11. Environmental Advocates (EPL) Voters’ Guides, 1994, 1996-1997
12. Environmental Business Association of New York Newsletter, 1996
13. Environmental Clearinghouse of Schenectady News, 1991-1992
14. Environmental Compliance and Litigation Strategy News, 1994
15. Environmental Health Monthly, 1992
16. Environmental Health Monthly, 1993-1994
17. Environmental Health Monthly, 1995-1996
18. Environmental Health Monthly, 1997
19. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001
20. The Environmental Illness Network, 1995-1996
21. Environmental News, Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute, Volume 3, #4, 1992
22. The Environmental Physician, 1991-1992
23. Environmental Politics Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1992-1994
24. The Environmental Wellness Network, 1995
25. Environmental Wellness Network, 1999
26. Environmental Science and Technology, 2002
27. Environmentally Friendly, 1999
28. Environmentally Ill (EI) Home Companion, 1995
29. Environmentarian, 1992-1994
30. ENYCOSH News, 1989-1994
31. EPA Food Quality Protection Act, 1996
32. Everyone’s Backyard, 1988-1991
33. Everyone’s Backyard, 1991-1992
34. Everyone’s Backyard, 1993
35. Everyone’s Backyard, 1994-1995
36. Everyone’s Backyard, 2000-2002
37. Facets of Freshwater, 1991-1992
38. Facets of Freshwater, 1993-1995
39. Facts to Act On/Institute for Local Self-Reliance, 1990-1992
40. Farm Chemicals, 1990
41. Farmer to Farmer: California Farming at Its Best, 1995-1996
42. Farmer to Farmer/Ozark Small Farm Viability Project, 1994
43. Farming Alternatives, 2000
44. Farming and Organic Food Newsletters, miscellaneous, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1995-1996, 1999-2000
45. Farmland Update, 1994
46. Farmworker Justice News, 1990-2000

Box 5
Folder

Felix Letter, A Commentary on Nutrition, 1992, 1995, undated
2. Focus Nonprofit, Council of Community Services of New York State, Spring 1996
3. Focus on Pesticides, 1997-1999
4. Foghorn, 1990, 1992
5. Food and Water Journal, 1996
6. Food First Backgrounder, 1995-2000
7. Food First News and Views, 1985-2000
8. Food First Nutrition Group Annual Report and Handouts, 1987
9. Forest and Land Planning Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1988, 1990, 1992-1993, 1995, undated
10. FPANA Reports, 1994
11. From the Ground Up, 1998-2002
12. From the Ground Up, 2002
13. Friends of the Earth, 1993-1995
14. From the Ground Up, Michigan Environmental News, 1998-2000
15. Fumigants and Pheromones, 1995
16. The Fund For Animals, 1999
17. The Furrow, 1989-1990
18. FYI: A Health and Safety Newsletter for Office Workers, 1990-2000
19. GASP: Newsletter of the Rhode Island Group for Alternatives to Spraying Pesticides, 1988-1994
20. Gempler’s IPM Solutions, 2000
21. The Gene Exchange, 1990-1992
22. The Gene Exchange, 1993-1997
23. Generation Green, Evanston, Illinois, Annual Report, 2002
24. Gene Watch, 1985
25. Gene Watch, 1999-2002
26. GEO Newsletter, 2000
27. The Germinator, 2001-2002
28. Glacial Erratic: The Evolutionary Environmental Journal, 1990-1991
29. Global Pesticide Campaigner, 1990-1994
30. Global Pesticide Campaigner, 1994-1997
31. Global Pesticide Campaigner, 1997-1998
32. Global Pesticide Campaigner, 1998-2001
33. Global Pesticide Campaigner, 2001-2004
34. Global Pesticide Monitor, 1989-1990
35. Grapevine/Center for Environmental Education Newsletter, 1997-1999
36. Grassroots Economic Organizing Newsletter, 1992-1996
37. Grassroots Economic Organizing Newsletter, 1999-2000
38. Grassroots Environmental Organization, GREO Newsletter, March 1993
39. Grassroots: The Voice of the New York Farm Bureau, November 1991
40. Great Lakes United, 1991-1993
41. Great Lakes United, 1993-1996
42. The Green Drummer, 1993-1995
43. Green Alternatives for Health and the Environment

Box 6
Folder

The Green Guide, 1994-2002
2. Green Overgrow the Government Times, 1995
3. Greener Roadsides, 1999
4. Green Teacher, 1995
5. The Green Drummer, May-June, 1995
6. Green Keeping, 1991-1992
7. Grower, 1993-1994
8. Grower, 1995
9. The Harmony Hill Companion, 1998
10. The Harvest Times, 1994
11. Hazards Networker Document Bulletin, 1993, undated
12. Hazardous Substances and Public Health, 1996
13. Hazards, 1992
14. The Healer- Central New York HEAL, 1991-1992
15. Health and Healing Wisdom Journal, 2002
16. Health and Safety News, 1990-1997
17. Health Facts/Center for Medical Consumers, 1993-1995
18. The Health Resource Newsletter, 1994-1995
19. Healthwatch, 1994
20. Healthworks, Central New York Council on Occupational Safety and Health, 1990-1992
21. Healthy Home and Workplace, 1990-1994
22. Healthy Horizons, 1998-2001
23. Healthy School Environment Report, 1998
24. H.E.I.R.S. Clean Living Resources, 1999
25. Henry A. Wallace Institute for Alternative Agriculture, 1993 Annual Report, 1994, undated
26. Home Grown Green, Resources for Environment/Health, 1994
27. Honey Bee, Indian Institute of Management, 1992, 2000
28. Hort Ideas, 1986-1988
29. Hort Ideas, 1989-1990
30. Hort Ideas, 1991
31. Hort Ideas, 1992
32. Hort Ideas, 1993
33. Hort Ideas, 1994-1995
34. Hort Ideas, 1996-1997
35. Hort Ideas, 1998-2003
36. HSUS News, The Humane Society of the United States, 1992
37. Hudson Valley Green Times, 1991, 1993-1995
38. Hudson Valley Green Times, 1995-2000
39. The Human Ecologist, 1993-1995
40. The Human Ecologist, 1995-1996
41. The Human Ecologist, 1997-1999

Box 7
Folder

1. The Human Ecologist, 1999-2000
2. The Human Ecologist, 2001-2002
3. Human Ecology Action League of Central New York, Health Briefs, 1997
4. Human Ecology Action League (HEAL) New York City, Chapter Newsletter, 1991-1992
5. Human Ecology Action League Rochester Newsletter, 1989, 1992
6. Human Ecology Resources, 1996
7. The Human Ecology Study Group, 1997-2002
8. Huxley Institute for Biosocial Research Publications, 1991-1993
9. I Am Jeremiah, 2001
10. ICET News, Institute for Comparative and Environmental Toxicology at Cornell University, 1990-1991
11. IL Pesticide Education News, 1996
12. Inner Voice, 1990-1991
13. Innovations in Sustainable Agriculture, 1993-1995
14. Inquiry in Action, 1998
15. Institute for Alternative Agriculture, Annual Reports, 1991-1992
16. Intervenor: The Newsletter of the Canadian Environmental Law Association, 1991-1992
17. Intervenor: The Newsletter of the Canadian Environmental Law Association, 1993-1994
18. Intervenor: The Newsletter of the Canadian Environmental Law Association, 1995-1997
19. Iowa State University Sustainable Agriculture, 1990
20. The IPM Great Lakes, 1997
21. The IPM in Schools, 1996
22. The IPM Laboratories Quarterly, 1988-1993
23. The IPM Monitor, 1995
24. The IPM News Northeast, 2001
25. The IPM Practitioner, 1979-1982
26. The IPM Practitioner, 1982-1984
27. The IPM Practitioner, 1984-1986
28. The IPM Practitioner, 1986-1987
29. The IPM Practitioner, 1987-1988
30. The IPM Practitioner, 1988-1989
31. The IPM Practitioner, 1989-1990
32. The IPM Practitioner, 1991-1992
33. The IPM Practitioner, 1993-1996
34. The IPM Practitioner, 1996-1997
35. The IPM Practitioner, 1997-1998
36. The IPM Practitioner, 1998-1999

Box 8
Folder

The IPM Practitioner, 1999-2001
2. The IPM Practitioner, 2001-2002
3. The IPM Practitioner, 2002-2004
4. Iroquois Environmental Newsletter, 1993-2002
5. Japan Occupational Safety and Health Resource Center Newsletter, 1998
6. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1990
7. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1991
8. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1992
9. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1993
10. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1994-1996
11. Journal of Pesticide Reform, 1997-2002
12. Just Food Bulletin, 1996
13. Just Food News, 2001
14. Knolls Action Project/Social Justice Center, Newsletter, August 1993
15. Labor and Environment News, from the NYC Labor and Environment Network, 1995
16. Labor-Community Reporter, 1990, 1994-1995
17. Labor Notes, 1988-1992
18. Lake Ontario Health and Environment Directory, 1991
19. The Land Institute Annual Report, 1991
20. The Land Report/The Land Institute, 1991-1992
21. The Land Report/The Land Institute, 1993-1995
22. Land Stewardship Letter, 1991-1992
23. Land Stewardship Letter, 1993-1994
24. Land Stewardship Letter, 1995-1996
25. LEAF Briefs, Legal Environmental Assistance Foundation, 1990-1995
26. LEAN News, Louisiana Environmental Action Network, 1993
27. Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Progress Report, 1997, 2002
28. Land Stewardship Letter, 1991-1992
29. Land Stewardship Letter, 1993-1995
30. Littorally Speaking, 1994
31. Local 99, Drugs, Hospital, and Health Care Workers News, 1990
32. Long Island Action, 1991-1992
33. Long Island Breast Cancer Action Coalition, 1994
34. Long Island Pine Barrens Society, Publications, 1993, undated
35. Long Island Progressive Coalition, 1990-1997
36. The Louisiana Environmental Action Network, LEAN News, Volume 5, #2, Summer 1991
37. Maine Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (MCAP), MCAP Notes, Summer, 1995
38. Maine Organic Farmer and Gardener, 1993
39. Maine Organic Farmer and Gardener, 1994
40. Maine Organic Farmer and Gardeners Association Newsletter, 1987-1990

Box 9
Folder

1. Manna, Sustainable Agriculture Newsletter, 1984, 1987-1994
2. MFA Digest/ Minnesota Food Association, 1993, 2001
3. MFA Digest/ Minnesota Food Association, 1991
4. Migrant Health Newsline, 1993, 1995-1996
5. Migrant Health Newsline, 1996-2000
6. Migrant Health Newsline, 2001-2002
7. Mothers and Others, 1993-1999
8. Motorless Otsego, December 1994
9. Multinational Monitor, Biotech Futures, 2000
10. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Support Groups Newsletters, 1995
11. Multiple Chemical Support Group of the Capital District, Meeting Reports, 1992
12. NABC News, 1993-1995
13. National Agricultural Biotechnology Council (NABC) News, 1992, 1994
14. National Center for Policy Alternatives State Report on Environment, 1989
15. National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides, Technical Report, 1987-1992
16. National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides, Technical Report, 1993-2002
17. National Pediculosis Association Progress Newsletter, 1990-1992
18. Natural Farmer, 1990-1991
19. Natural Farmer, 1992-1993, 1995
20. Natural Organic Farmers Association of Connecticut, Newsletters, 1990-1993
21. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New Jersey, Newsletters, 1989, 1991-1992
22. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New Jersey, Newsletters, 1995
23. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New York, Membership Directory, 1992
24. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New York, Newsletters, 1985-1989
25. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New York, Newsletters, 1989-1990
26. Natural Organic Farmers Association of New York, Newsletters, 1991-1992
27. Natural Organic Farmers Association Newsletters, Various States, 1990-1991
28. Nature Works Horticultural Services Newsletter, 1991
29. Neighborhood Network, Organic Lawn Resource Directory (Long Island), 2000-2001
30. Neighborhood Network News, 1996-2001
31. NESAWG News, 2002
32. The Networker, 2001
33. New Connections, 1996, 2002
34. New Horizons, 2002
35. New Perspectives, Summer 1997
36. New Perspectives, 1999-2000
37. The New Reactor, 1992-1994
38. The New Reactor, 1995-1997
39. The New Reactor, 1997-2000
40. The New Reactor, 2000-2001
41. New York Agriculture, 1989
42. New York City HEAL Newsletter, 2000-2001
43. New York Healthy Schools Network News, 1998-2002
44. New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, 1995
45. New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Food Laboratory, Monthly Reports, 1990-1992 (1 of 2)
46. New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, Food Laboratory, Monthly Reports, 1990-1992 (2of 2)

Box 10
Folder

1. New York State Environment, 1995-1996
2. New York State Rural Health and Safety Council Manager, 1989-1990
3. New York State Solid Waste Examiner, 1995-1996
4. New York Teacher, 1994-1995
5. New York Teacher, 1996
6. New York Teacher, 1998-1999
7. New York Teacher, 1999
8. New York’s Food and Life Sciences Bulletin, 1981, 1983-1984
9. News from Hudsonia, 1993-1999
10. News on Earth, 1998-2001
11. NEXUS, Council of Community Services of New York State, Winter 1995
12. NJ Environment Federation News, 2002
13. No Spray Newz #17, The Newsletter of the No Spray Coalition, Inc., 2000
14. NOHA News, 2002
15. Non-Public and Independent Schools Directories, 1991-1992
16. Nonprofit World, 1998
17. Northeast Center for Environmental Medicine Health Letter, 1996
18. Northeast Lisa Apple Production Newsletter, 1990-1995
19. Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York, NYS Organic Food Guide, 2001
20. Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York, Organic Farms, Folks and Food, 2001-2003
21. Northeastern Pest Management Center, Annual Report, 2001-2002
22. Northern Forest Forum, 1992
23. Northern Forest Forum, 1993
24. Northern Forest Forum, 1993 (continued)
25. Northern Forest Forum, 1994
26. Northern Forest Forum, 1994 (continued)
27. Northern Forest Forum, 1995
28. Northern Forest Forum, 1996
29. Northern Forest Forum, 1997
30. Northern Forest Forum, 1998
31. Northern Forest Forum, 1999-2000
32. Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society Newsletter, 2000-2001
33. Northwest Conservation, 1991-1995
34. Northwest Report, 1993, 1995
35. Nurses Environmental Health Watch, 2000
36. Nutrition Action Health Letter, 1990
37. Nutrition Advocate, 1995
38. Nutrition Newsletters, 1990, 1992, 1995

Box 11
Folder

1. NYCOSH Safety Rep Newsletter, 1991-1997
2. NYSAWG News, 1998-2000
3. Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association News, 2000-2001
4. OLC News, 1999
5. Ontario Farmer, 1989
6. Orange Environment Ecowatch, 1994
7. Organic Farmer, 1990-1991
8. Organic Farmer, 1991-1992
9. Organic Farming Research Foundation, 1996
10. Organic Farms, Folks and Food, 1999-2002
11. Organic Food Newsletters, 1993, 1995
12. Organic Harvest, 1990, 1993
13. Organic Living, 1989-1990, 1992-1993
14. Organic News, 1996
15. The Organic Organizer, 1996
16. The Organic Report, 2001
17. Organic Source, 2001-2002
18. Organic View, A Publication of the Organic Consumers Association, Winter 2000-2001
19. Orion Afield, The Orion Society, Volume 2, #2, Spring 1998
20. Orion People and Nature, 2002
21. Our Toxic Times, 1991-1995
22. Our Toxic Times, 1995-1996
23. Our Toxic Times, 1996-1997
24. Our Toxic Times, 1998
25. Our Toxic Times, 1999
26. The PAHLS Journal- Indiana’s Grassroots Environmental Journal, 1992-1994
27. Partners Update, Pesticide Action Network, North America, 1998-2002
28. Passages, Newsletter of the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, 1993-1994
29. PCUN Update, Northwest Tree Planters and Farmworkers United, 1999
30. Peace Newsletter, 1994-1995
31. Penn-York HEAL Newsletter, 1995
32. PESTED News, North Carolina Pest Control Newsletter, 1991-2002
33. Pesticide Action Network North America Updates Service, 1993-1997
34. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Dirty Dozen Campaigns, 1989
35. Pesticide Action Network, North America Newsletter, 1986
36. Pesticide Action Network, North America Utlook Newsletter, 1990-1991
37. Pesticide Action Network, Pesticide Action Alert, 1991-1992
38. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Pestizid- Brief Newsletter, 1990-1992
39. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Pestizid- Brief Newsletter, 1993-1995
40. Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Publications, Miscellaneous, 1986-1989, 1992-1996, undated
41. Pesticide Action Network, UK Current Research Monitor, 2002
42. Pesticide Action Network Update Service, 1991-1992, undated
43. Pesticide and Toxic Chemical News, 1996
44. Pesticide-Gypsy Moth Newsletter, 1991-1992
45. Pesticide Health Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1983, 1993, 1995, undated
46. Pesticide Monitor, 1992-1997

Box 12
Folder

1. Pesticide Monitor, 1998-2002
2. Pesticide Network News, 2000
3. Pesticide Post, 1995
4. Pesticide Report, 1999
5. Pesticide Watch, The Crop Duster, 1991-1993
6. Pesticides and Pollution, News Letters, Miscellaneous, 1988, 1992, 1994, 1998, undated
7. Pesticides and You, 1981-1990
8. Pesticides and You, 1991-1994
9. Pesticides and You, 1993-1995
10. Pesticides and You, 1995-1997
11. Pesticides and You, 1997-1998
12. Pesticides and You, 1998-1999
13. Pesticides and You, 1999-2001
14. Pesticides and You, 2001-2003
15. Pesticides News, 1993-1994
16. Pesticides News, 1995-1997
17. Pesticides News, 1998-1999
18. Pesticides News, 2000-2002
19. Pesticides Trust Review, 1993-1994
20. Policy Alternatives on Environment, 1991-1994
21. Politics of Food Newsletter and Other Publications, 1990-1993, undated
22. Pollution Prevention Alliance Newsletter
23. Positive Reaction, 1996
24. Prairie Journal, 1990-1993
25. Preserve Appalachian Wilderness (PAW) Publications, undated
26. Probe Abilities, Pollution Probe Membership, 1992
27. Profiles on Environmental Health, 1990-1995
28. Protect a Clean Environment/Concerned Citizens of Livingston County/Letchworth Preservation Association, Newsletter, 1992
29. Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT), 1992
30. Public Employee Press, 1990

Box 13
Folder

1. The Public Sector, 1989-1991
2. Pollution Prevention Bulletin, 1994
3. Queens Environment Campaign, Green Letter, Volume 3, #1, 1991
4. Quick Solutions, NYCAP Publication, 1997
5. Rachel’s Environmental Health Weekly, 1995-1998
6. The Ram’s Horn, Food Systems Newsletter, 1996
7. The Reactor, 1990
8. Remineralize the Earth, 1995
9. Report to the Consumer, 1994
10. Research and Human Concerns, 1993
11. Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) Communiqué, 1991-1993
12. Rural California Report, 1991-1994
13. Rural Vermont Report, 1991-1992
14. S.A.F.E. News, 1988
15. Safe Food for Families, Healthy Harvest Newsletter, 1989
16. Safe Home Digest, 1990, 1992
17. Safety and Health Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1990, 1995
18. Safety Link Newsletter, 1990-1991, undated
19. School Pesticide Monitor, 2002
20. Share, Care and Prayer, Inc., Press Release and Newsletters, undated
21. Silent Spring Review, Photograph, Fall 2000
22. The Soundwatcher/Advocates for a Clean Long Island Sound, Volume 3, #4, 1991
23. The S.T.A.T.E.ment, 1995
24. Sustainable Agriculture, 1989-1992
25. State of the Park, 1994-1996
26. Synergy, Sustainable Agriculture Journal, 1991, 1992
27. T.E.A.C.H.-I.N., 1996
28. Texas Department of Agriculture, Straight Talk, undated
29. Threshold, Student Environment Action Coalition Newsletter, 1991-1992
30. TLC (Truly Loving Care) Healthy Living Newsletter, 1990-1991
31. Today’s Alternative Toward Health, 1993
32. Toxic Materials News, 1993
33. Toxics in Your Community Coalition Newsletter, 1988-1984
34. Toxics in Your Community Newsletter, 1990-1992, 1995
35. Toxinformer, 1990-1992
36. Urban IPM News, December 1996
37. Utusan Konsumer, 1992-1993, 1995
38. Various Environment and Pesticide Newspapers, 1990, 1992, 1994-1995
39. Various Pesticide-Related Newsletters, 1985, 1992, 1994-1996
40. Vermont Pesticide Action, 2000
41. Vermonter’s for Environmental Health, 1994
42. Vermonters Organized for Clean Up, 1992-1995
43. Voices from Across the Fields, 1994-1995
44. The Wary Canary, 1995
45. Washington Toxics Coalition Alternatives, 1996-2003
46. Water Resources Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 1993-1995, 2000, undated
47. Water Ways, Volume2, #’s 17-19, 1992
48. Well Mind Association of Greater Washington, 1992-2002
49. Westchester Environment, 1990-1992
50. Westchester People’s Action Coalition, WESPAC Newsletter, Volume 17, #’s 2-5, Volume 18, #1, 1991-1993
51. What’s News in Organic, 2001-2002
52. Whole Terrain, 1992
53. Whole Terrain, 1997-2000
54. Wild Earth Wildlands Project, undated
55. Wild Foods Forum, 1994-1996
56. Wild Foods Forum, 1997-1999
57. Wisconsin Rural Development Center Newsletter, 1988-1994
58. Women’s Community Cancer Project, 1997
59. Women’s Environment and Development Organization News and Views, 1993-1996

Box 14
Folder

1. Women’s Health and Cancer Newsletters, 1992, 1995-1996
2. Workers’ Health International Newsletter, 1992-1996
3. Workers’ Health International Newsletter, 1996-1999
4. Working Group on Applied Biological Control of the Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada Newsletters, 1989-1990, 1993-1994
5. Working Notes on Community Right-to-Know, 1989-1996
6. Working Press, 1988-1990
7. Working Press, 1991-1992
8. Yes! A Journal of Positive Futures, Summer 1998

Box 15
Folder

1. ECO-Politics/New York League of Conservation Voters, 1994-2000
2. Hudson Valley Green Times, 1989-1990
3. Hudson Valley Green Times, 1990-1992
4. Human Ecology Action League, New York City Chapter/New York City HEAL Newsletter, 1997, 2000
5. TERRA News, 1990-1993


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Series 6: NYCAP Publications-NYCAP
Subseries 2 Other Publications

Box 1
Folder

1. A Consumer’s Guide to Natural Organic Ecological Landscapers, NYCAP, 1993
2. NYCAP Brochures and Pamphlets, 2001, undated
3. NYCAP News, 1989-1991
4. NYCAP News, 1991-1992
5. NYCAP News, 1992
6. NYCAP News, 1993

Box 2
Folder

1. NYCAP News, 1993-1994
2. NYCAP News, 1994
3. NYCAP News, 1994-1995
4. Professional Solutions/Combating Cockroaches, undated
5. Quick Solutions, 1997
6. Solutions, 1996
7. Solutions News, 1998-2002


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Series 7: Pesticide and Pest Information
Subseries 1: Pests

Box 1
Folder

1. Ants and Carpenter Ants, Informational Packet, 1988-2001
2. Ants, Argentine Ants, 2000
3. Ants, Carpenter Ants, 1985-2000
4. Ants- Control Methods, 1993-2001
5. Ants, Fire Ants, 1991-2000
6. Aphids, General Information, 1984-1997
7. Aphids, Information Packet, 1989-2000
8. Bats, Information on Bat Control and Using Them to Control Insects, 1984-2001
9. Bats, Information Packet, 1984-2000
10. Bagworms, General Information, undated
11. Bees, Africanized Honey Bee, 1994-1997
12. Bees, Benefits of, 1993-1997
13. Bees, Carpenter Bees, 1990-1997
14. Bees, Honey Bees, 1994-1997
15. Bees and Other Stinging Insects, Pesticides, 1987-1997
16. Bees and Other Stinging Insects, Resources for IPM, 1995-1997
17. Bees and Other Stinging Insects, Stings and Venom, 1995-1997
18. Bees and Other Stinging Insects, Various Articles, 1979-1998
19. Bees and Pesticides, Quick Solutions Draft, 1997
20. Beetles: Asian Long-horned Beetle, General Information, 1996-2001
21. Beetles: Carpet Beetles, Information Packet, 1991
22. Beetles: Cucumber Beetles, Information Packet, 1991-1998
23. Beetles, General Information, 1986-2001
24. Beetles: Japanese Beetles, Control Methods, 1989-1997
25. Beetles: Leafy Spurge (Flea Beetle), Article, 1999
26. Beetles: Wood-boring Beetle, Information Packet, 1985-2000
27. Bedbugs, Information Packet, 1991-2000
28. Big-eyed Bugs, 1997
29. Birch Leaf Miner, Fact Sheet, 1994
30. Birds, Geese, 1993-2001, undated
31. Birds, General, 1984-2000
32. Birds, Information Packet, 1992-1995
33. Birds, Woodpeckers, Information Packet, 1999
34. Black Spot on Roses, 1997
35. Black Vine Weevils, Information Packet, 1991
36. Boxelder Bugs, Information Packet, 1987-2002
37. Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs, 2001
38. Cankerworms (Inchworms), General Information, 1999
39. Caterpillars, General Information, 1984-2000
40. Centipedes, Information Packet, 1991-2000
41. Chestnut Blight, Article, 1999
42. Chiggers, General Information, 1997-1999
43. Chinch Bugs, Information Packet, 1991-2000
44. Cicadas, General Information, 1990
45. Cockroach Control Methods, 1981, 1983, 1991, 1995, undated
46. Cockroaches, General Information, (1 of 2), 1981-2001
47. Cockroaches, General Information, (2 of 2), 1981-2001
48. Cockroaches, German Cockroaches, 1984-1992
49. Cockroaches, Information Packet, 1991-2002
50. Cockroaches, NYS Department of Labor Grant Project, undated
51. Common Household Invaders, Information Packet, 1990-1995
52. Crickets, General Information, 1997-1999
53. Crickets, Information Packet, 1991-1999
54. Deer, 1994-2002
55. Dutch Elm Disease, 1997-1998
56. Earwigs, Information Packet, 1991-2000
57. European Corn Borers, Articles, 1997
58. European Hornets, 1996
59. “Fabric Eaters”, Information Packet, 1988-1992
60. Flea Beetles Research and News Clippings, 1950, 1967-1973, 1978, 1981-1988, undated
61. Fleas, Control Methods, 1980-2001
62. Fleas, Informational Packet, 1986-2001
63. Fleas, Safe Home Digest, “Safe Flea Control”, 1991
64. Fleas, Sample Packet, “Safe Flea Control”, 1980-1993
65. Flies, General Information, 1978-2002
66. Flies, Information Packet, 1991-2000
67. Flies: Cluster Flies, Information Packet, 1991-2001
68. Flies: Black Flies, General Information
69. Flies: Drain Flies, General Information, undated
70. Flies: Filth Flies, General Information, undated
71. Flies: Fruit Flies, Information Packet, 1991-2000
72. Flies: Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Eradication and Health Risks, 1993-1995
73. Flies: Mediterranean Fruit Fly, General Information, 1995
74. Flying Animals Pest Control Methods, 1991-1992, 1995
75. Fungus, General Information, 1998-1999
76. Fungus Gnats, Information Packet, 1991-1996
77. Gophers, General Information, 2001
78. Grasshopper, Control Methods, 1999-2000
79. Grubs, Information Packet, 1989-2001
80. Hemlock Wooley Adelgid, Information Packet, undated
81. Household Pests, Alternatives to Pesticides, undated
82. Household Pests, Least-Toxic Control Summaries, undated

Box 2
Folder

1. Household Pests, Quick Reference Pest Control Guide, undated
2. Household Pests, Safe Household Pest Control Information Packet, 1988-1996
3. Insect Management Procedures, 1986-1988, 1991, 1993-1995
4. Insect Management Resource Guides, 1991-1994
5. Japanese Beetles and General Information Packet, 1991
6. Ladybugs, General Information, 1990-2001
7. Lice Booklet, 1997
8. Lice, General Information, 1990-2000
9. Lice, National Pediculosis Association, 1985-1997
10. Locust, Control Methods, 2000-2001
11. Mice, 1984-2000
12. Mice and Rat Control Methods, 1986-2001
13. Mice , Information Packet, 1990-2001
14, Midges, General Information, 1997-2000
15. Milfoil, Safer Controls for Euraslan Milfoil Information Packet, 1997
16. Milky Disease Spore, Biological Control, undated
17. Mites: Dust Mites, General Information, 1970-1999
18. Mites, Information Packet, 1990-1997
19. Moles, Information Packet, 1989-1996
20. Mosquito Control, Advocacy and Outreach Contact Information, 1999
21. Mosquito Control, Albany County Meeting on Spraying, 2000
22. Mosquito Control, Albany County West Nile Virus, Articles, 2000
23. Mosquito Control, Amherst (NY), 1992-1996, undated
24. Mosquito Control, Articles re: Spraying, 1999-2000
25. Mosquito Control, Cattaraugus County, 1991-1994
26. Mosquito Control, Challenge to Aerial Pesticide Spraying, 2000
27. Mosquito Control, Cicero Swamp/ Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), 1989-1994 (1 of 2)
28. Mosquito Control, Comments of NYS Attorney General Spitzer on West Nile Encephalitis Response Plan, 2000
29. Mosquito Control, Commonly Used Pesticides, Several Information Packets, 1987-1999
30. Mosquito Control, Dutchess County, 1989-1990
31. Mosquito Control, Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), 1990-1998
32. Mosquito Control, Fish and Wildlife Related Impacts of Pesticides, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, 2000
33. Mosquito Control, General Articles re: West Nile Virus, 2000
34. Mosquito Control, Ineffectiveness of Spraying, 2000-2002
35. Mosquito Control, IPM, 1984-1996, undated
36. Mosquito Control, John and Saundra Garofalo Spraying Incident, 1989-1990
37. Mosquito Control, Letters re: malathion, 2000
38. Mosquito Control, Long Island, 1989-1994
39. Mosquito Control, Malathion use in New York City, 1990-1999
40. Mosquito Control, Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1990-1993
41. Mosquito Control, Nature Conservancy, 1989-1993
42. Mosquito Control, New Jersey, 2001
43. Mosquito Control, New York City Department of Health, Environmental Impact Statement re: Mosquito Control Plan, 2000-2001
44. Mosquito Control, New York City Department of Health, Press Releases, 2000-2001
45. Mosquito Control, New York City Spraying, Articles, 2000
46. Mosquito Control, New York State Attorney General, Letter to Mayor Giuliani, 2000
47. Mosquito Control, News Articles re: West Nile Virus in New York City, 2001
48. Mosquito Control, No Spray Coalition, 2001
49. Mosquito Control, NYCAP Position Paper, 2000
50. Mosquito Control Pesticides, 1996-2000
51. Mosquito Control, Pro-DDT Letter and NYCAP Response, 2000
52. “Mosquito Control Projects in Massachusetts: A Call for Change in Our Government,” Gloria Black, 1993
53. Mosquito Control, Response of Organizations to Department of Health West Nile Virus Plan, 2000
54. Mosquito Control, Rockland County Department of Health re: West Nile Virus, 1999-2000
55. Mosquito Control, Saratoga Springs, 1991-1995
56. Mosquito Control, Spraying Correspondence and Advocacy, 1999

Box 3
Folder

1. Mosquito Control, State of Connecticut West Nile Virus Surveillance and Response Plan, 2000
2. Mosquito Control, Statements by NY Municipalities re: Spraying, 2000
3. Mosquito Control, Town of Amherst Homeowner’s Pamphlet, undated
4. Mosquito Control, Upstate New York Spraying, News Clippings, 2000
5. Mosquito Control, West Nile Spraying Schedules, New York (and surrounding areas), 2000
6. Mosquito Control, Westchester County Department of Health News Release re: West Nile Virus, 2000
7. Mosquito, Adirondack Communities Against Aerial Pesticides (1 of 2) 1990-1991
8. Mosquito, Adirondack Communities Against Aerial Pesticides (2 of 2) 1990-1991
9. Mosquitoes, General Information, 1972-2002
10. Mosquitoes, Information Packet, 1984-2001
11. Mosquitoes, NYCAP Mosquito Position Paper, 2000
12. Mosquitoes, Partnership for Safe Mosquito Management, 2000
13. Mosquitoes, Repellants, 1977-2001
14. Mosquitoes, Saratoga County Pesticide Use, 1990-2000
15. Mosquitoes, West Nile Virus, 2000
16. Moths (Clothes), Information Packet, 1986-2001
17. Moths (Clothes), NYCAP Information Packet and Other Articles, 1986-2001
18. Moths (Gypsy), Control Methods, 1981-2001
19. Moths (Gypsy), Information Packet, 1989-1994
20. Moths (Meal), Control, 1985-2000
21. Moths (Meal and Pantry), Information Packet, 1986-2000
22. Nematodes, General Information, 1997-2001
23. Onion Maggots, 1999
24. Peach Tree Borer, Information Packet, 1991-1997
25. Potato Lake Blight, General Information, 1997-1998
26. Rats, 1970-1992, undated
27. Rats, Control Methods, 1984-1986
28. Rats, Information Packet, 1989-2001
29. Rats and Mice: IPM for Schools, undated
30. Rodents, 1993-2002
31. Rodents, Materials for Proposed Information Packet(s), 1989-1997 (1 of 2)
32. Rodents, Materials for Proposed Information Packet(s), 1989-1997 (2 of 2)
33. Scabies Mites, Information Packet, 1991-2000
34. Scale Insects, General Information, 1991-1997
35. Scorpions, General Information
36. Silverfish, General Information, 1990, undated
37. Silverfish, Information Packet, undated
38. Skunks, Information Packet, 1990-2000
39. Slugs and Snails, Information Packet, 1980-2000, undated
40. Snakes, 1990-1991, undated
41. Spiders, General Information, 1989-1995
42. Spiders, Information Packet, 1991
43. Squirrels and Chipmunks, 1992-1999, undated
44. Stored Product Pesticides, General Information, 1986-1996
45. Termites, Articles (1 of 2), 1984-2001
46. Termites, Articles (2 of 2), 1984-2001
47. Termites, Baiting Systems, 1994-1997
48. Termites, Fumex, 1990-1991
49. Termites, Information Packet, 1988-2001
50. Termites, School IPM Packets, undated
51. Thrips, 1997-1999
52. Ticks, Deer, Chemical Control and Opposition to Chemical Control, 1990-1993, undated
53. Ticks, Deer, Damminix, 1989-1994, undated
54. Ticks, Deer, Lyme Disease, 1988-2002, undated

Box 4
Folder

1. Ticks, General, 1984-1997
2. Ticks, Information Packet, 1990-2000
3. Varoa Mites, 1997-2000
4. Vertebrates, 1992-2002, undated (1 of 2)
5. Vertebrates, 1992-2002, undated (2 of 2)
6. Vine Mealy Bug, 1998
7. Wasps, Digger Wasps, 1994
8. Wasps, Paper Wasps, 1996
9. Weevils, 1997, 2001
10. Whiteflies, 1997, 2001
11. Wildlife Repellants, 1999-2000
12. Wood-boring Insects, 1984-1998
13. Wooly Adelgid, 2000
14. Worms, Army Worms, 2001
15. Yellow Jackets, 1984-2002

Box 5 (Legal Size)
Folder

1. Mosquito Control, Cicero Swamp/Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE), 1989-1994 (2 of 2)
2. Mosquito Control, Ithaca Area, 1991-1992
3. Mosquito Control, New York State Department of Health Regulations, 1990-1992
4. Mosquito Control, New York State Legislation, 1991-1992, undated
5. Mosquito Control, Various Programs, 1983-1995


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Series 7: Pesticide and Pest Information
Subseries 2: Pesticides

Box 1
Folder

1. 1,1 and 1,2- Dichloroethene, General Information, 1990-1997
2. 1,2,4- Trichlorobenzene, undated
3. 1,2- Dichloropropane, General Information, 1989
4. 1,3- Dichloropropane, General Information, 1986-1994
5. 2,3,4,5- Bis (2-butylene) tetrahydro-2-furaldehyde, Repellent 11, General Information, undated
6. 2,4,5- TP, Silvex, 1989, undated
7. 2-4-5- Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid, (2,4,5-T), 1982-1998
8. 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T, Agent Orange, Information, Reports and Articles, 1982-2000
9. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, Cancer Risk, 1980-1994
10. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, Correspondence and Notes re: Use in New York and Legislation, 1987-1989
11. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, Health Effects, 1980-1992
12. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, Incidents, 1954-1980
13. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, Industry Viewpoint, 1981
14. 2,4-D, dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, NCAP, Information Packet, 1990
15. 2,4-D, Information Packet, 1985-2002
16. 2,4-DB, General Information, 1978-1996
17. 2,4-DCP, General Information, 2000
18. 2,4-Dinitrophenol, Pesticide Incidents Report, 1980
19. 2,4-DP, General Information, 1988-2002

Box 2
Folder

1. Abamectin, Information Packet, 1991-2002
2. Acephate, a.k.a. Orthene, Information Packet, 1987-2001
3. Acetochlor, Information Packet, 1994-1999
4. Acifluorfen, General Information, 1989-1992
5. Acrolein, General Information, 1985-1999
6. Acrylamide, General Information, 1978-1994
7. Activated Carbon, undated
8. Alachlor, General Information, 1987-1994
9. Aldicarb, General Information, 1983-2002
10. Aldoxycarb, General Information, 1986
11. Aldrin, General Information, 1986-2001
12. Aliette, General Information, 1983
13. Allethrin, General Information, 1988-2001
14. Aluminum and Magnesium Phosphide, General Information, 1987
15. Aluminum Sulfate, General Information, undated
16. Ametryn, General Information, 1989
17. 4-Aminopyridine, General Information, 1988
18. Amitraz, General Information, 1987-1997
19. Amitrole, General Information, 1984-1988
20. Ammonia, General Information, 1999
21. Ammonium Hexafluorosilicate, General Information, undated
22. Ammonium Nitrate, General Information, undated
23. Ammonium Sulfamate, General Information, 1984-1987
24. Anilazine, General Information, 1983
25. Anvil, General Information, 1993-2000
26. Arosurf, General Information
27. Arsenal (Imazapyr), General Information, 1985
28. Arsenic, General Information, 1986-2002
29. Arsenic Acid, Information Packet, 1986-1988
30. Arsenic Trioxide, General Information, 1986-1988
31. Assert, General Information, 1988-1992
32. Asulam, General Information, 1987-1988
33. Atrazine, General Information, 1980-2002
34. Atrazine, Information Packet, 1985-2002
35. Avermectin, General Information, 1986-1994
36. Avitrol, General Information, 1985-1999
37. Azinphos, Information Packet, 1986-1999
38. Azoxystrdoin, Article, 2001
39. BP 100, 2001
40. Bacillus sphaericus, Vecto Lex, General Information, 1996-2001
41. Bacillus thuringiensis, Additional Information, 1986-2001
42. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), Information Packet, 1987-2001
43. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), Notes and Commentary, 1987-1996
44. Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt), “Threats to Bt” Information Packet, 1996-2000
45. Bacillus thuringiensis var. israeliensis (Bti), General Information, Use in New York State, 1984-2001
46. B. cepacia, Article, 1998
47. Bendiocarb, General Information, 1985-2002
48. Bendiocarb a.k.a. Ficam Dycarb Turcam, Information Packet, 1987-2000
49. Benfluralin, General Information, 2001
50. Benlate, Article “Phantom on the Farm, A Special Report”, The Ledger, Lakeland, Florida, 1992
51. Benlate, Article “Trouble in Paradise”, The Ledger, Lakeland, Florida, 1993
52. Benlate, General Information, 1987-2001
53. Bensulide, General Information, 1989-1996
54. Bentazon and Sodium Bentazon, General Information, 1985-1990
55. Benzene, General Information, 1988-1997
56. Benzene hexachloride, undated
57. Bifenazate, General Information, 1999
58. Bifenthrin, Information Packet, 1988-2002
59. Bisphenol, General Information, 1998-2000
60. Borates, General Information, 1985-1998
61. Borax, General Information
62. Boric Acid, General Information, 1988-2001
63. Boric Acid, Information Packet, 1988-2001
64. Brodifacoum, Information Packet
65. Bromacil, Information Packet, 1986-1993
66. Brominated salicylanilide, General Information, 1985
67. Bromine Chloride, General Information, 1987
68. Bromoxynil Butyrate, General Information, 1988-1997
69. Bronopol, General Information, 1984
70. Butylate, General Information, 1984-1989
71. Butylated hydroxytoluene, General Information, 2002
72. para-tertiary Butylphenol, General Information, undated
73. Cacodylic Acid, General Information, 1988
74. Cadium Salts, General Information, 1987-1999
75. Calcium Arsenate, General Information, 1986, undated
76. Calcium Carbonated, General Information, undated
77. Calcium Cyanide, General Information, undated
78. Camphor, General Information, 1989-2001
79. Capsaicin, Hot Pepper Extract, General Information, undated
80. Captafol, General Information, 1984-1989
81. Captan, Information Packet, 1984-1992
82. Carbonates, General Information, 1988-1999
83. Carbaryl, General Information, 1981-1999
84. Carbaryl a.k.a. Sevin, Information Packet, 1986-2002

Box 3
Folder

1. Carbofuran (a.k.a. Furadan), General Information, 1984-2002
2. Carbon Disulfide, General Information, 1997
3. Carbon Tetrachloride, General Information, 1987-1990
4. Carbophenothion, General Information, 1984
5. Carboxin General Information, 1989
6. Chloramben, General Information, 1989
7. Chloramphenicol, General Information, 1987
8. Chloranil, General Information, undated
9. Chlordane, General Information, 1984-2002
10. Chlordane, Information Packet, 1987-2001
11. Chlodecone, General Information, undated
12. Chlordimeform, General Information, 1984-1994
13. Chlorfenvinphos, General Information, 1997
14. Chlorimuron Etyl, General Information, 1987
15. Chlorinated Isocyanurates, General Information, 1988-1994
16. Chlorine, Information about Environmental Effects and Campaign Against Use, 1991-1993
17. Chlorine, Information Packet, Not Complete, 1989-1997
18. Chlorine Dioxide, General Information, undated
19. Chloroacetic Acid, General Information, undated
20. Chlorobenzene, General Information, undated, 1999
21. Chlorobenzilate, General Information, 1983-1988
22. para-Chlorobenzotrifluoride, General Information, undated
23. Chlorobromomethane, General Information, 1989
24. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC’s) General Information, 1991
25. Chloroform, General Information, 1997
26. Chloromethoxy Propylmercuric Acetate (CPMA), General Information, undated
27. 2-Chlorophenol, General Information, undated
28. Chloropicrin, Information Packet, 1982-1998
29. Chlorothalonil, Information Packet, 1986-2001
30. Chlorothalonil, General Information, 1989-1992
31. Chlorpropham, General Information, 1987-1993
32. Chlorpyrifos, “Dursban, Public Policy and Alternatives”, 1987-1993
33. Chlorpyrifos, Dursban Victim Packet, 1990-1993
34. Chlorpyrifos, EPA re-review, 1999
35. Chlorpyrifos, General Information, 1996-2001
36. Chlorpyrifos, Government Action to Ban Dursban, 1987-2000
37. Chlorpyrifos, Incidents in the News, 1985-1999
38. Chlorpyrifos, Material Safety Data Sheets, 1978-1993
39. Chlorpyrifos, New York State Office of the Attorney General, Comments on EPA’s Interim Risk Management Decision, 2002
40. Chlorpyrifos, New York State, Office of the Attorney General, EPA Final Risk Assessment, 2000
41. Chlorpyrifos, Reaction to CBS Report on “Eye to Eye”, Hosted by Connie Chung, 1995
42. Chlorpyrifos, Studies, 1986-2001
43. Chlorpyrifos, Study on Termiticide Applicators, 2000
44. Chlorpyrifos, a.k.a. Dursban, Information Packet, 1986-2000
45. Chlorpyrifos, a.k.a. Dursban, Information Relating to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, 1986-1999
46. Chlorpyrifos, Methyl, General Information, 1985
47. Citric Acid-based Pesticides, Article, 2001
48. Clethodim, General Information, 1992
49. Clomazone, Command, Information About the Herbicide, 1986-1996
50. Clomazone, General Information, 1996
51. Clopyralid, Information Packet, 1993-2002
52. Coal Tar/Creosote, General Information, 1988-1997
53. Cobra, General Information, 1992
54. Compound 1080, Article, 1982
55. Copper Sulphate, Information Packet, 1986-1997
56. Copper-triethanolamine, “Copper Tea”, MSDS Only Information Packet, 1996
57. Coumaphos, General Information, 1988-1989
58. Cresol and Creosote, General Information, 1989-2000
59. Cryolite, General Information, 1988
60. Cyanazine, General Information, 1984-2001
61. Cyanide, General Information, 1985-1997
62. Cyclohexane, General Information, undated
63. Cycloheximide, General Information, undated
64. Cyfluthrin, Information Packet, 1988-2001
65. Cyhexatin, General Information, 1985-1987
66. Cypermethrin, a.k.a. Demon, Information Packet, 1989-1997
67. Cyromazine, General Information, 1986, undated
68. Dalapon, General Information, 1987-1989
69. Daminozide, General Information, 1984-1992
70. Dantochlor, General Information, 1984
71. Dazitol, Article, 2001
72. DCPA, General Information, 1988-2000
73. DCNA, Dichloran, General Information, 1984
74. DDT and Halogenated Chemicals, General Information, 1980-2002
75. DDT, Dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, General Information, 1989-2001

Box 4 (DDV-E)
Folder

1. DDVP (Dichlorvos) General Information, 1987
2. DEET, Articles, 1995, 1998
3. DEET Fact Sheet, undated
4. DEET (N-N-diethyl-m-toluamide), General Information, 1983-2000 (1 of 2)
5. DEET (N-N-diethyl-m-toluamide), General Information, 1983-2000 (2 of 2)
6. DEET, Information Packet, 1985-2002
7. Demeton, Information Packet, 1985-1995
8. Denatonium benzoate, General Information, 2000
9. Deltamethrin, Information Packet, 1993-2001
10. Diatomaceous Earth, General Information, 1986-1996
11. Diatomaceous Earth, Perma Guard, Binder Contents, 1971-1997
12. Diflubenzuron (Dimilin), Article, undated
13. Diazinon, General Information, 1986-2001
14. Diazinon, Information Packet, 1989-2000
15. Diazinon, New York State Office of the Attorney General, 2001
16. 1,2 Dibromo-3-Chloropropane (DBCP), General Information, 1989-1999
17. 3,5 Dibromo, General Information, 1985
18. Dicamba, General Information, 1979-1988
19. Dicamba, Information Packet, 1981-2002
20. Dichlobenil, General Information, 1986-1997
21. Dichloromethane, General Information, 1989
22. Dichlorvos (DDVP), 1987-2001
23. Dicfol, 1983-1994
24. Dieldrin/Aldrin/Endrin, 1989-2000, undated
25. Diethylaminoethanol (DEAE) 1986, 1995
26. Diethylphthalate, undated
27. Difenzoquat, 1988-1992
28. Diflubenzuron (Dimilin), 1979-1999
29. Dimethipin, 1994
30. 1,4-Dimethylnaphthalene, 1994
31. Diisopropyl Methylphosphonate (DIMP), 1993
32. Dinocap, 1986-1988
33. Dimethyphthalate (DMP), undated
34. Dimethoate, 1985-2002
35. Dinoseb, 1986-1990, undated
36. 1,4-Dioxane, 1986, 1989
37. Dioxin, 1986-2002 (1 of 2)
38. Dioxin, 1986-2002 (2 of 2)
39. Dioxin, Women’s Health, 1994-2000
40. Dioxin, Monsanto, 1990-1999
41. Dioxin, Agent Orange/Veterans, 1987-2001
42. Diphocinone, 1998, undated
43. Diphenamid, 1987-1989, undated
44. Diquat, 1984-1988, undated
45. Dipropetryn, 1985
46. Disulfoton, 1984-2002
47. 341-Di-Syston, 1987
48. Dithiopyr, 1991-2002
49. Diuron, 1983-1998
50. Dodine, 1987
51. E B D C Fungicides, 1988-1994, undated
52. Endosulfan, 1989-2002, undated
53. Endothall, 1984-2002
54. Endothall-NYCAP Information Packet, 1982-2002
55. Endrin, 1982-1997, undated
56. EPN, 1987, undated
57. EPTC< 1983
58. E-Rase/Jojoba Oil, 2001
59. Esfenvalerate (Conquer), 1997-2002
60. Ethalfluralin, 1985
61. Ethephon, 1988
62. Ethion, 1988-1989
63. Ethroprop, 1988
64. Ethoxyquin, 1991-1993
65. Ethyl Hexyleneglycol, c. 1991

Box 5 (F-Ma)
Folder

1. Ethylene Dibromide (EDB), 1984-1990, undated
2. Ethylene Glycol, 1989-1994
3. Ethylene Oxide, 1988-1996
4. Ethylene Thiourea (ETU), 1987-1990
5. Fenamiphos, 1989
6. Fenaminosulf, 1983
7. Fenarimol (Rubigan E.C.), 1990, 1999
8. Fenbutatin-oxide, 1987
9. Fenitrothion, 1987
10. Fenoxycarb, 1986
11. Fenoxaprop Ethyl, NYCAP Information Packet, 1988, 2002, undated
12. Fenpropathrin, 1989
13. Fensulfothion, 1985
14. Fenvalerate, 1987-1988, undated
15. Ferbam, 1988
16. Fenthion, 1988-2002
17. Fipronil, NYCAP Information Packet, 1997-2001
18. Fipronil, 1997-2001
19. Fluazifop-butyl, 1984
20. Fluchloralin, 1985
21. Fluometuron, 1985-1989
22. Fluridone (Sonar), 1987-2001
23. Fluridone, Sonar Information Packet, 1987
24. Flurprimidol, 1989
25. Fluvalinate, 1986-2000
26. Folpet, General Information, 1986-1995
27. Fonofos, General Information, 1985-1989
28. Formaldehyde, Information Packet, 1975-1999
29. Formetanate, General Information, 1983
30. Formic Acid, General Information, undated
31. Fosamine Ammonium a.k.a. Krenite, Information Packet, 1989
32. Garlic, General Information, 1993-2001
33. Geranium Oil, General Information, 1999
34. Gliocladium virens, General Information, 1990
35. Glufosinate-ammonium, Information Packet, 1994-1997
36. Glutaraldehyde, Information Packet, 1981-2002
37. Glycol Ether, General Information, 1993-1995
38. Glycoserve, General Information, 1985
39. Glyphosate, General Information, 1985-2001
40. Glyphosate, a.k.a. Roundup, Information Packet, 1986-2002
41. Glyphosate, Roundup, Garlon 4 General Information, Information Packet, 1987-1997
42. Glyphosate, NCAP Roundup (Glyphosate) Information Packet, 1985
43. Glyphosate, NCAP Glyphosate Information Packet, 1990
44. Glyphosate, Notes, undated
45. Glyphosate, “S.W.A.T.”, Spontaneous Weed Attack Team, 1991-1994
46. Glyphosate, “What’s the Matter with Roundup?”, flyer, 1994
47. Halosulfuron Methyl, Information Packet, 1994-2000
48. Harmony 75 DF, General Information, 1988
49. Heavy Metals, General Information, 2001
50. Heliothis NPV, General Information, 1984
51. Heptachlor, General Information, 1982-[1994]
52. Hexachlorobenzene, General Information, 1989-2000
53. Hexa-Hydroxyl, Article
54. Hexaflumuron a.k.a. Recruit, 1994-2002
55. Hexane, General Information, 2000
56. Hexazinone, General Information, 1988-1998
57. Hexythiazox, General Information, 1989
58. Horticultural Oils, Information Packet, 1991-2002
59. Hybrex, General Information, 1986
60. Hydramethylnon, Information Packet, 1986-2000
61. Hydrogen Cyanamide, General Information, 1989-2001
62. Hydrogen Peroxide, General Information, 1991-1998
63. Hydroprene, General Information, 1984-2001
64. Imazalil, General Information, 1986-1992
65. Imazapyr, Information Packet, 1996-2001
66. Imazethapyp, General Information, 1992-1998
67. Imidacloprid, General Information, 1994-2001
68. Imidacloprid, Information Packet, 2000-2001
69. Imidacloprid, Product Information, 1994-1997
70. Imidan, General Information, 1984
71. Insecticidal Chalk, General Information, 1992-1997
72. Insecticidal Soaps and Dusts, General Information, 1993-2001
73. Iprodione, General Information, 1993-1999
74. Iron (II) Sulfide, General Information, undated
75. Isazophos, General Information, 1987
76. Isofenphos, General Information, 1988-1999
77. Isomate-M, General Information, 1987
78. Karate (PP321), General Information, 1988
79. Kerosene, General Information, undated
80. Lactic Acid, General Information, 1988
81. Lactofen, General Information, 1987
82. Lambda Cyhalothrin, General Information, 1988
83. Lead arsenate, General Information, 1986-2001
84. D-Limonene, General Information, 1990-2001
85. Linalool, General Information, 1986
86. Lindane, Information Packet Draft, 1985-2002
87. Lindane, NCAMP Factsheet, 2000
88. Linuron, General Information, 1984-1989
89. Liquid Nitrogen, General Information, 1987
90. Lead, General Information, 1986-2002
91. M-Pede Insecticide, Product Information, 2001
92. Aluminum and Magnesium Phosphide, General Information, 1987-1988
93. Maki- Chemical Toxicology Data, 1984

Box 6 (Mal-Propi)
Folder

1. Malathion, Early Carcinogenic Classification, over-turned, 1999-2000
2. Malathion, General Information, 1984-2001
3. Malathion, Information Packet, 1989-2000
4. Maleic Hydrazide, General Information, 1988
5. Mancozeb, General Information, 1987-2001
6. Maneb, General Information, 1988-1994
7. Mercury, General Information, 1991-2001
8. Messenger, Harpin Protein, Articles, 2000
9. Mesurol, Chemical Information, 1987
10. Metaldehyde, General Information, 1988-2001
11. Metalaxyl, General Information, 1988
12. Metan Sodium, General Information, 1991-2000
13. Methiocarb, General Information, 1987
14. Methomyl, General Information, 1986-1989
15. Methoprene, General Information, 1984-2001
16. Methoprene, Information Packet, 1986-2001
17. Methoxychlor, General Information, 1988-2000
18. Methyl Anthranilate, ReJeX-iT, (Goose Repellant), 2000
19. Methyl Bromide, 1986-2002
20. Methyl Chloride, undated
21. MCAP (2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid), Information Packet, 1984-2000
22. MCPP (Mecoprop), Chemical Information, 1986-1989
23. MCPP a.k.a. Mecoprop (2-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid), Information Packet, 1988-2002
24. Methyl Isocyanate, 1986, undated
25. Methyl Parathion, 1986-2001
26. Methyl Tert-Butyl Ether (MTBE), 1997-2000
27. Metiram, Information Packet, 1988-1999
28. Metolachlor, 1987-1995
29. Metribuzin, 1985-1989
30. Metronidazole, 1989
31. Metsulfuron Methyl, Escort, Information Packet, 1986-2001
32. Mevinphos, 1963-1995
33. MGK264 (N-octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide), 1995-2002
34. Milbemectin, 2000
35. Mineral Oil, 1988
36. Mint Oil, 2000
37. Mirex, undated
38. Molinate, 1985-2002
39. Monocarbamide dihydrogen sulfate, 1987
40. Monocrotophos, 1985, undated
41. Nabam (Disodium ethylene bisdithiocarbamate), 1987
42. Naled, Information Packet, 1983-2001
43. Naphthalene, 1986-2001
44. Naptalam, 1985
45. Neem, 1987-2001
46. Nematodes, undated
47. Nickel, 1997
48. Nicotine, 1988-2002
49. Nitrapyrin, 1985
50. Nitrate/Nitrite, 1990, undated
51. Nitrofen, undated
52. Nitrogen, 1997
53. Norflurazon, 1984
54. Oftanol (Isofenphos), 1986-1988
55. Oils, 1989-1994
56. OMPA, undated
57. Organic Solvents, 1999
58. Organophosphate Pesticides, General Information, 1995-1999
59. Ortho and para-Dichlorobenzene, 1988-1995
60. Ortho-Phenyl Phenol, 1990, undated
61. Oryzalin, Information Packet, 1989-2001
62. Oust, Sulfometuron methyl, 1994
63. Oxamyl, 1978-1989
64. Oxydementon-methyl, 1987-1989
65. Oxyfluoren, 1987-1994
66. Oxytetracycline, 1988
67. Ozone, undated
68. Paclobutrazol, 1985-1996
69. Paradichlorobenszene (PDB), 2001
70. Paraquat a.k.a. Scythe, Information Packet, 1985-1996
71. Parathion, 1986-2001
72. PCBs (Polychlorinated Biphenyls), 1993-2002
73. PCNB, 1989-1999
74. Pendimethalin, General Information, 1985-1997
75. Pedimethalin a.k.a. Prowl, Information Packet, 1985-1997
76. Pentachlorophenol (PCP), 1981-2002
77. Paraecetic Acid, undated
78. Perchloroethylene, PCE (tetrachloroethene), 1993-1998
79. Perfluidone, 1985
80. Permectrin II, Lyme Disease, 1992
81. Permethrin, Information Packet, 1988-2001
82. Permethrin, General Information, 1999-2002
83. Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), 1998-2000
84. Perthane, 1994
85. Petroleum Distillates, 1984-2000
86. Phenmedipham, 1987
87. Phenol and Octyl Phenol, 1998-1999, undated
88. Phenothrin and Synthetic Pyrethroids, Information Packet
89. Phenylethyl propionate, 2002
90. Phenylmercuric Acetate (PMA), undated
91. Phenylmercuric Oleate, undated
92. Phorate, 1985-1992
93. Phosalone, 1987
94. Phosgene, General Information, undated
95. Phosmet, 1986
96. Phosphamidon, 1988
97. Phosphine, 1989-1995
98. Phthalates, 2000-2002
99. Phthalic Anhydride, undated
100. Picloram, 1980-1998
101. Piperonyl Butoxide (P.B.O.), Information Packet, 1986-2002
102. Pirimiphos-methyl, 1985
103. Polybromo diphenylethers (PBDEs), 2001
104. Polytetrafluoroethylene (Teflon), 2002
105. Polyvinyl Alcohol, 1994
106. Potassium Bromide, 1984

107. Potassium Cyanide, undated
108. Potassium Permanganate, 1985
109. Potassium 2,4,5-trichlorophenate (2,4,5-TCP), undated
110. Primisulfuron-methyl, 1990
111. Procymidone, 1994
112. Prodiamine, 1992-2002
113. Pronamide, 1986-1989
114. Prometon, 1985-2000
115. Prometryne, 1987-2000
116. Propachlor, 1985-1989
117. Propanil, 1985-1988
118. Propargite, 1986-1996
119. Propazine, 1987-1995
120. Propetamphos, 1989-1996
121. Propham (Isopropylcarbonilate), 1987-1989
122. Proplonic Acid, 1995

Box 7(Propo-Z)
Folder

1. Propoxur, Information Packet, 1986-2002
2. Propoxur, EPA Documents, 1985-1994
3. Propylene Oxide, 1989
4. Pseudomonas Fluorescens EG-1053, 1988
5. Propiconazole, 1999
6. Pyrethrins and Pyrethrolds, Information Packet, 1982-2002
7. Pyrethroids, Information Packet, 1989-1998
8. Pyrethrins and Pyrethrolds, General Information, 1985-2000
9. Pyrethrins, Pyrethrum, 1976-2002
10. Pyridine, 1993-1996
11. Pyriproxyfen, 2000
12. Pyriminil, undated
13. Pymetrozine, 2001-2002
14. Quwenling, Article, 2001
15. Quinalphos, Article, 2000
16. Quinclorac, General Information, 2001
17. Quizalofop Ethyl, General Information, 1988
18. Resmethrin, General Information, 1988-2001
19. Resmethrin a.k.a. Scourge, Information Packet, 1987-2000
20. Road Salt, General Information, 1996-2000
21. Rotenone, Information Packet, 1996
22. Rotenone, General Information, 1979-2001
23. Rozol Chlorophacinone, Chemical Information, 1984
24. Ryania, General Information, undated
25. Sabadilla, General Information, 1987
26. Safrole, General Information, undated
27. Select, General Information, 1992
28. Selenium, General Information, 1997
29. Silica Gel, General and Product Information, 1988-2000
30. Simazine, General Information, 1984-1997
31. Simazine, Information Packet, 1984-2001
32. Sodium arsenate, General Information, 1986-1989
33. Sodium arsenate, General Information, 1988-2001
34. Sodium Benzoate, General Information, undated
35. Sodium Chlorate, General Information, 1995
36. Sodium Cyanide, General Information, undated
37. Sodium Fluoride, General Information, 1984-1987
38. Sodium Fluoroacetate, General Information, 1982-1997
39. Sodium Hexafluorosilicate, General Information, undated
40. Sodium and Calcium Hypochlorite, 1986, undated
41. Sodium Omadine, General Information, 1985
42. Sodium Propionate, General Information, undated
43. Sodium Salt of Fomesafen, General Information, 1987
44. Sonar (Aquatic Herbicide)/New York State Environmental Enforcement, 2000
45. Sonar/Fluridone, NYCAP Official Statement, and NYS Memos, and Correspondence, 1986-1996
46. Spinosad, Chemical and Product Information, 1997-2002
47. Starlicide, General Information, 1985
48. Stoddard Solvent, General Information, undated
49. Streptomycin, General Information, 1988
50. Strychnine Alkaloid and Sulfate, General Information, 1988
51. Sugar Ester, “Nontoxic”, Article, 2000
52. Sulfluramid, Information Packet, Draft, 1994-2001
53. Sulfonylureas, General Information, 1991-1997
54. Sulfonylureas a.k.a. Oust, Glean, Information Packet, 1985-1997
55. Sulfometuron Methyl (Oust), General Information, 1985-1997
56. Sulfotepp, General Information, 1988
57. Sulfur, General Information, 1986-1994
58. Sulfuryl Flouride, Information Packet, 1985-2001
59. TDE, General Information, undated
60. Tebufenozide, General Information, 1995
61. Tebuthiuron, General Information, 1987-1989
62. Tefluthrin, General Information, 1989
63. Temephos, General Information, 1996-2001
64. Terbacil, General Information, 1987-1989
65. Terbufos, General Information, 1987-1992
66. Terbutryn, General Information, 1986
67. Terpene polychlorinates, Strobane, General Information, undated
68. Terephthalic Acid, General Information, undated
69. 1,1,2,2,-Tetrachloroethane, General Information, 1997
70. Tertachloroethylene, General Information, 1989-1997
71. Tetrachlovinphos, General Information, 1988
72. Tetramethrin, Information Packet
73. Tetramethrin, General Information, 1987-1995
74. Thallium Sulfate, General Information, 1995, undated
75. Thiabendazole, General Information, 2001, undated
76. Thiobencarb, Bolero, General Information, 1985
77. Thiodicarb, General Information, 1984-1995
78. Thionazin, Zinophos, General Information, undated
79. Thiophanate Ethyl, General Information, 1986
80. Thiophanate-methyl, Information Packet, 1986-2001
81. Thiram, Information Packet, 1984-2000
82. Thymol, General Information, 2000
83. Toluene, 1986-2000
84. Toxaphene, General Information, 1990-1997
85. TPTH (Triphenyltin hydroxide) General Information, 1984
86. Tralomethrin, 2001, undated
87. Triademefon, 2000
88. Triadimenol, Baytan, 1989
89. Triallate, 1987
90. Triasulfuron, 1994
91. Tribenuron Methyl, 1989
92. Tributyltin (TBT), 1986-2002
93. Trichlorfon, 1987-2000
94. Trichloroacetic Acid, undated
95. Trichloroethylene (TCE), 1990-1997
96. Trichlorophenols (TCPs), 1995
97. Triclopyr, Garlon, 1987-2001
98. Triclopyr, Information Packet, 1983-2001
99. Triclosan, 2001
100. Triclosan, Information Packet, 1998-1999
101. Trichoderma Harzianum and Trichoderma Polysporum, 1989
102. Triflumizole, Terraguard, 1991, undated
103. Trifluoroacetic Acid, 2001
104. Trifluralin, 1985-2001
105. Triforine, 1987-2000
106. Trimethacarb, 1985
107. Triphenyltin, 1989-2002
108. Uniconazole-P, 1991
109. Vinclozolin, 1994-2001
110. Vinyl Chloride, 1997, undated
111. Vitamin D3, 1984
112. Warfarin, 1985-1998, undated
113. Xylene, 1984-2000, undated
114. Zinc Borate, 1991, 1995
115. Zinc Phosphide, 1985-1991, undated
116. Zinc Sulfate, 1998
117. Zinc Sulfide, undated
118. Zineb, 1986-1990

Box8 (Legal Size)
Folder

1. Folder 1. 2,4-D (dichlorophenoxyacetic acid), Environmental Protection Agency Review, Carcinogenicity Testing, 1977-1993
2. Fluridone, Sonar, Lake George Proposal, 2001-2002
3. Mosquitoes, Adirondack Communities Against Aerial Pesticides, News Clippings, 1990-1991


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