In the Media

Dr. Linda Harvey speaking about the ecological and health impacts of herbicide application of Clearview in Lanark and Leeds and Grenville counties. Dr. Harvey is a retired medical doctor currently living in Lanark Highlands.

cropped-img_20140902_100710642_hdr.jpgTo spray or not to spray? CBC Ottawa Morning, June 3, 2016

Lanark County faces opposition in plan to spray to eliminate wild parsnip, Ottawa Citizen, June 3, 2016

http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/698030659860 @9:30min

In Lanark County, backlash spreads over plan to eradicate wild parsnip, June 2, CBCnews

Herbicide opponents vocal at Lanark County Council meeting. Lake 88.1. May 27, 2016

Is the Cure Worse than the Parsnip? Frontenac News May 26, 2016

Lanark County to begin weed spaying program May 30. Canadian Gazette, May 26, 2016. See pages 4 and 5.

Opponents disappointed by Highlands’ decision to spray – Lanark Era,May 24, 2016

The Review Mirror, May 12 – Options Other than spraying need to be considered

All in for herbicide Program, The Recorder and Times, May 6.

Just what are we spraying? Millstone News, January 6 2016

Concerns Remain About Wild Parsnip Spraying, Millstone News, May 9, 2016

Opposition Arises to Counties-Wide Spraying.The Recorder, May, 12, 2016

Lake 88 news: County won’t reconsider weed spraying, May 13, 2016

Press from Ottawa’s campaign

http://www.insideottawavalley.com/news-story/6166229-agricultural-community-weighs-in-on-wild-parsnip-herbicide-spraying/

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/threat-of-wild-parsnip-in-ottawa-overblown-132015815.html