Help Us Protect Pollinators in NJ’s Assembly
We've seen huge population declines among critical pollinators, which are an integral component of ecological health and play critical roles in the production of economically important NJ crops, such as blueberries, cranberries, and tomatoes.
Critical legislation has already passed in the state Senate. Now, we only need the full Assembly to vote to send it to Governor Murphy's desk! Please contact your Assembly member on A2070/S1016 to ensure pollinators are protected from the unnecessary use of harmful pesticides.
Once your contact information is entered, you’ll be able to customize a letter that restricts the use of neonicotinoid pesticides.
Tell Your Legislators: Protect Pollinators in NJ’s Assembly
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Thank you for taking action to protect our pollinators from harmful neonicotinoid pesticides that threatens wildlife. By contacting your state assembly member, you, along with New Jersey Audubon and trusted partners, are instrumental in motivating state legislators to act on A2070.
As important as this initiative is, the crucial work to secure the future of New Jersey’s environment for people, wildlife, and the economy is far from finished. New Jersey Audubon’s dynamic Government Relations team is the state’s best defense in protecting wildlife and habitat for generations to come.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about getting further involved, please contact Kelly Knutson at email@example.com.
Thank you for all that you do to support our work.
Take action to protect pollinators from harmful pesticides by urging New Jersey's Assembly Speaker to post A2070 for a full floor vote. Join me in these efforts to ensure bees, birds and other wildlife have a fighting chance.