When In Doubt Check It Out

EPA Office of Pesticide Programs, 703/305-5017 —www.epa.gov/pesticides/consumer.htm You can order these publications:

Help! It's A Roach: A Roach Prevention Activity Book

Citizen's Guide to Pest Control and Pesticide Safety

10 Tips to Protect Your Family From Pesticide and Lead Poisoning

Pesticides and Child Safety

Pesticides and Food: What You and Your Family Need to Know

National Pesticide Information Center 800/858-7378—www.npic.orst.edu

Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Information Service Hotline, 888/SAFE-FOOD (888/723-33663), 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday

The Home*A*Syst handbook gives more details about pesticides and other healthy home topics. 608/262-0024—www.uwex.edu/homeasyst

For more information on non-toxic pest control contact the Bio-Integral Resource Center 510/524-2567—www.birc.org

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This chapter was written by Kadi Row, University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension. ©2002 University of Wisconsin Extension. All Rights Reserved.

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