Pesticide Free Zone
Declare your yard a pesticide free zone! By posting the colorful Pesticide Free Zone sign in your lawn or garden, you can tell your neighborhood that you don't use pesticides and you're proud of it.
Declare your yard a pesticide free zone! By posting the colorful Pesticide Free Zone sign in your lawn or garden, you can tell your neighborhood that you don't use pesticides and you're proud of it. You can also be a resource for friends, neighbors, and relatives who use pesticides or who want to learn how to stop. The signs are also suitable for schools, parks, and businesses.
See our Pesticide Free Zone Slide Shows for photos and descriptions of notable landscapes and yards that prominently and proudly display Pesticide Free Zone signs.
The eight-inch diameter aluminum signs have two mounting holes that allow them to be attached to a stake, fence, or wall or hung from a wire. The sign comes with three fact sheets: The sign comes with three fact sheets: Problems With Pesticides, Talking to your Neighbors about Pesticides, and the Pesticide Free Zone Sign Owners Manual.
If you live outside of Washington, do not wish to sign the pledge, or want additional signs, signs can be purchased from The National Coalition for Pesticide-Free Lawns.
What does "pesticide free" mean?
We consider the use of products that are allowed in organic agriculture or exempt from federal pesticide registration to be compatible with our philosophy because we want to encourage manufacturers to develop safer products. Read more about allowed products here.
Pesticide Free Places in King County
Play worry-free at over 800 Pesticide-Free Places. This interactive map shows public places in King County where park staff are using few to no pesticides in their lawn care. They are working to keep employees and visitors safe, and protecting streams, Puget Sound and the animals that call these places home.