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  • Home Depot continues to promote toxins
    Home Depot’s Spring Black Friday is black indeed
    If you’ve had the radio or the television on in the past couple of days, you’ve probably heard advertisements for Home Depot’s newest promotion, entitled “Spring Black Friday.” True to form, Home Depot is promising...
  • Mike Pompeo of Kansas
    Act now to ensure food labeling on Genetically Modified Organisms!
    The battle over Genetically Modified Foods and food labeling laws continues to heat up. After activists in several states came together to fight for the right to know what’s in their food, it appeared that there was a brief victory. Several...
  • Bill Nye
    Bill Nye now agrees with Ted Cruz that GMOs are good things
    Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas told the Iowa Ag Conference that it was time to “push back” on “anti-science zealotry” concerning GMOs or genetically modified organisms, according to a Saturday story in the Washington Times. GMOs...
  • Scotts GMO grass threatens farms, gardens, health and the environment
    Scotts GMO grass threatens farms, gardens, health and the environment
    There's bad news for organic gardeners, farmers, consumers of grass-fed beef and anybody concerned about the environmental and health effects of Roundup and GMOs.Roundup Ready GMO grass seed is coming soon to stores near you, and will probably...
  • GMOs
    Tell the government, "We have the right to know what we’re eating!"
    If you’ve been following the news about Monsanto and genetically modified foods, you may already be aware that there is a strong contingency of Americans who feel that we should have the right to know what’s in the food that we eat....
  • One of the many marches against Monsanto
    “Xtend,” the newest name for poison has just been approved by the USDA
    Once again, Monsanto is upping the ante of biochemical poisoning by releasing plans for yet another product called “Xtend.” Genetically modified Organisms, (GMOs,) and toxic chemicals such as those in Monsanto’s product &ldquo...
  • Geography Awareness Week 2014 focus is on food
    Geography Awareness Week focus is on food
    The theme for Geography Awareness Week 2014 is on “The Future of Food”. Teachers, students, and the public can find many resources on food at National Geographic’s website on Geography Education. Themes run on food sustainability...
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    Finding a way to feed people
    Some of you know that I've been trying to find a way to talk about the complex issues of genetic modifcation of crops without being overwhelming. Here's my best attempt, but it still won't be simple.Currently, the The National Research...
  • Herbicide spray near school
    School children placed at risk by approval of new GMOs and herbicides
    New Chemical Cocktail Approved by EPA.Earlier this month, the Dow Chemical Company cleareda final regulatory hurdleto start producing new genetically modified organisms (GMOs) designed to withstand heavy spraying of a new blend of chemical...
  • Monarch Butterfly
    Monsanto kills of bees, butterflies, and life as we know it
    An organization called “Friends of the Earth” is reaching out to the public and asking for signatures on a petition to protect monarch butterflies. Most of us think of butterflies simply as a beautiful part of nature, but monarchs,...
  • Bees are disappearing at an alarming rate
    New study shows honeybees harmed by herbicide used on GMO crops
    One of every three bites of food we eat is from a crop pollinated by honeybees.Yet, over the past decade bee populations have been on a rapid decline. The National Agriculture Statistics Service has reported a drop in numbers from more than 5...
  • chem trails
    GMO Labeling: The fight is on
    Both Monsanto and Big Food are hitting the panic button in Colorado and Oregon. Both are pulling out all the stops to defeat GMO labeling just as they did in Washington and California.This could be record-shattering election asMonsanto, PepsiCo,...
  • A tractor spraying herbicides
    Approval of new 'Enlist' herbicide and GMOs could harm your health
    Last week, sources close to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported that the approval of Dow Chemical's new herbicide Enlist Duo is imminent, and could come as early as Tuesday morning.Enlist Duo is one component of Dow's Enlist...
  • A tractor applies herbicide
    EPA opens the chemical flood gates: 'Agent Orange' herbicide to be approved
    After nearly a year of intensepublic comments and industry lobbying, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator GinaMcCarthyis expected to announce the approval of Dow Chemical's Enlist Duoherbicide for use on millions of acres of US...
  • Chickens produced in industrial settings live an average of 49 days
    So-called 'Trillion Meal Study' of GMO safety is junk
    A new study about the purported safety of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, was released to the public this month by former Monsanto employeeDr. Alison Van Eenennaam. The Monsanto Company is best known for creating and marketing genetically...
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