American Green Zone Alliance. AGZA does remarkable work in training, educating, and helping the landscaping industry to transition from gas to battery equipment.
Healthy Yards. Organized by a team of professional gardeners, master gardeners and garden “passionates” in Westchester County. Their goal is to inform people about Healthier Yard practices. Also visit https://www.facebook.com/healthyyardsinternational/.
Leaf Blower Noise Pollution. Find out how you can be part of the solution to end excessive noise pollution and environmental impacts from leaf blowers, and to regain our quiet communities one at a time.
Leave Leaves Alone! was developed by a group of Bedford, NY, residents in 2011, most of whom were Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners, concerned about the environmental pollution and destruction of soil properties caused by the practice of leaf blowing.
Pollinator Friendly Landscaping. An organization that seeks to end toxic landscaping practices, making your yard a sanctuary for pollinators and other wildlife. Help the planet right in your own yard!
Quiet Clean D.C. QCDC is a non-profit group based in the nation’s capital that is striving to phase out obsolete, two-stroke, gasoline-powered lawn care equipment.
Quiet Clean PDX. A volunteer effort working to eliminate the use of gas powered leaf blowers to stop the harm that these tools cause to workers, the public and the environment.
Quiet Clean Seattle. A group of concerned citizens in Seattle who share a passion to mitigate the myriad problems that leaf blowers cause, and share a mission to make Seattle more enjoyable and livable.
Quiet Princeton. A group of local citizens with a common interest in reducing noise disturbance. They are currently focusing on one of the most disturbing–the noise and the pollution generated by leaf blowers.
Local groups form the backbone of the growing national movement to regulate leaf blowers. Here are just a few:
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