This collection documents the activities of the Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP), the California
Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (CCAP), and various other organizations and local groups with which they collaborated
or were affiliated. It includes correspondence; administrative documents; research and court documents relating to various
campaigns and legal challenges made by the NCAP and other organizations; petitions, testimonies, and other documents related
to local ballot measures; correspondence and reports of the US Forest Service, USDA, and other government agencies; and extensive
subject files and publications concerning pesticide and herbicide use, aerial spraying, vegetation management by the US Forest
Service and other agencies, and the health and environmental effects of pesticide use.
The Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (NCAP) is a five- state grassroots organization that works to increase
awareness of pesticide use and its alternatives. This collection primarily contains the records of NCAP activities in Oregon
and the activities of its California branch (California Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (CCAP)) in Siskiyou County,
California. Also included are documents from its affiliate groups, such as Siskiyou Citizens Against Toxic Sprays, Salmon
River Concerned Citizens, and People for Healthy Forests.
5.2 Linear Feet
4 cartons, 1 oversize folder
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Collection is open for research.