We are proactively adapting to COVID-19 by remotely meeting with volunteers and city staff to provide education and training on making our parks safer. If you’d like to support our work, please join us on social media or, if you are able, donate today.

WHAT GOOD SHALL I DO - How to take action in an urban environment

Taylor Collins, Co-Founder of Force of Nature sits down with Kim Konte of Non-Toxic Neighborhoods along with other environmental leaders to discuss the highly toxic environments that cities perpetuate and what we can do to take action against it.

PetPlace Chat: Philadelphia Councilwoman Cindy Bass Talks About the #PlayFree Initiative

Studies have shown that dogs have a 70% higher risk of canine lymphoma cancer after herbicide-treated lawn exposure than dogs not exposed, yet those pesticides reside in many of the grassy spaces where our pups play.

Allentown, PA Launches Pesticide Free Playground Initiative

The city is receiving $25,000 in grants to ensure community spaces are free from the use of chemicals and harmful and synthetic pesticides.

Children’s Environmental Bill of Rights – Model Law Launched

In partnership with the Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights (CDER), we have developed and now  releasing a new model local ordinance, the Children’s Environmental Bill of Rights.  The model ordinance recognizes the right of children to clean air and water, to be free from synthetic pesticides and toxic chemicals, and to be healthy.

Protecting Every Child from Harmful and Synthetic Pesticides

Support our movement towards ending the use of glyphosate and other harmful and synthetic pesticides. If you are looking for support to bring organic and regenertive land management to your community, please reach out.

Contribute today to make a difference in your community.


We provide the resources, expertise, and partner with you every step of the way to successfully transition to organic and regenerative management.


Our advocacy is built on relationships, by supporting city staff, landscape contractors, and school administrators with the tools and training needed to successful end the use of synthetic pesticides.


We provide the training and resources needed to successfully transition to organic and regenerative management.

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Partner Cities

You can help protect children today

Whether you’re just looking to gather information, or interested in contacting your local officials, our free PLAYbook gives you a variety of options to start making a difference.


To date, Non-Toxic Neighborhoods has partnered with over 200 + cities, counties, school districts and universities across the country to enormous success. We’re proud to report that not a single partner community has resumed the use of synthetic pesticides!

Make your city non-toxic.