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One way to help the movement is to stay aware of what’s going on in your home, neighborhood, town and local environment. If you suspect that chemical farming or pesticide drift may be an issue affecting where you live, work, study or play, contact PAN (Pesticide Action Network. They can send out a “Drift Catcher” - a device that collects air samples to be analyzed for chemical residues. This enables you as a community member to draw attention to or even begin to document otherwise invisible chemical exposures in your area.