A guide to non-toxic pest control

A guide to non-toxic pest control

Grist covers a simple guide to non-toxic pest control in your home. This is a great guide for people who want to start clearing their home of toxic chemicals and practice environmentally friendly habits for both their home and the earth. Working your way from diet of pesticide-free food, to a chemical-free garden, and a toxic chemical-free home are steps towards a healthier home and contributing to environmentally friendly practices. 

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