Stop Spraying Poisons in Our Community

IRT has a new a nationwide campaign to call attention to the health dangers of Roundup (glyphosate) and other dangerous herbicides in public areas.  Small children with their higher respiratory rates, and a tendency to sit on the ground and place their hands in their mouths, are especially vulnerable to exposure. Pets too, are at higher risk of being sickened.

Learn how to help your local government, schools, homeowners’ associations, golf courses, and parks to transition away from cancer-causing herbicides to healthier choices for landscaping.

Check out how this county is maintaining their public areas without the use of dangerous herbicides (including Roundup). It can and is being done!

On this website you will find all the resources you need to take action.

Get Involved.

See the map for community leaders near you.  If you want to be a leader, or join a group, email

Watch video interviews with Jeffrey Smith and successful community leaders and learn what they did to make a change.

Download our toolkit to help you get organized.

Learn more about the documented health risks of glyphosate and safer alternatives.

Bookmark this Quick Reference page to send to the person in charge of landscaping and lawn maintenance.

New action groups are being added as they are formed.  For more information about joining a group or becoming a leader, contact

Listen to the interview Jeffrey did with Mackenzie Feldman of Herbicide Free Campus.  Mackenzie has created an amazing organization and is getting RESULTS!

  • Interview with Mackenzie Feldman of Herbicide Free Campus - Jeffrey Smith
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Learn how three different people led successful initiatives in their communities.
Download the toolkit to help you get organized.
Learn more about the documented health risks of glyphosate.
Find safer alternatives.