Friends of the Earth
This report was written by Timothy Brown, PhD, Pesticide Research Institute; Susan Keg-ley, PhD, Pesticide Research Institute; and Lisa Archer, Friends of the Earth-US.We would like to thank the following individ-uals for their review of this report: Professor Jim Frazier, PhD, Pennsylvania State Universi-ty; Nichelle Harriott, PhD, Beyond Pesticides; Professor Vera Krischik, PhD, University of Minnesota; Stacy Malkan, Communications Consultant, Friends of the Earth; Scott Hoff-man Black, PhD, and Jennifer Hopwood, PhD, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation; Dr. Pierre Mineau, Pierre Mineau Consulting; Judy Wu, Graduate Fellow, University of Min-nesota; Larissa Walker, Center for Food Safe-ty; and Paul Towers and Emily Marquez, PhD, Pesticide Action Network. The following organizations and individu-als bought and submitted plant samples: Nichelle Harriott, PhD, Beyond Pesticides; Larissa Walker, Center for Food Safety; Lex Horan, Pesticide Action Network; and Timothy Brown, PhD, and Susan Kegley, PhD, Pesticide Research Institute.Any errors or omissions in this report are the responsibility of Friends of the Earth. Copyright August 2013 by Friends of the Earth.
About Friends of the Earth:
Friends of the Earth – U.S., founded by David Brower in 1969, is the U.S. voice of the world’s largest federation of grassroots environmen-tal groups, with a presence in 74 countries. Friends of the Earth works to defend the en-vironment and champion a more healthy and just world. Through our more than 40-year history, we have provided crucial leadership in campaigns resulting in landmark environ-mental laws, precedent-setting legal victories and groundbreaking reforms of domestic and international regulatory, corporate and finan-cial institution policies.
Friends of the Earth’s BeeAction Campaign is working to protect bees and other pollina-tors which are critical to food production and healthy ecosystems.