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Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association conference.  Merrigan gave ten reasons why farmers should be engaged in government policy, including protecting their interests, their way of life and their democracy. In what is a wake-up call for farmers
Getty Images/iStockphoto video Video Stephen Harper arrived in Mexico City Monday ahead of the Three Amigos summit with the U.S. and Mexican presidents. The Prime Minister attended a wreath-laying ceremony honouring fallen Mexican soldiers...The
In the wake of announcements made by both General Mills and Post about the removal of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) from some of their products, at least one major processed food manufacturer has oddly decided to take the opposite approach.
Hungary is determined to remain GMO-free in an effort to protect its uniquely rich natural treasures, the ministry said in a press release calling a travesty that the GMO corn could be allowed into the EU when there was scientific proof that the use
Monsanto has for years now been referred to as the most evil and hated company on the planet to those in the know. But before Monsanto, junk food companies were already peddling their wares to Americans and influencing the American diet.
Dr. Steven Novella argues that many of the fears surrounding genetically modified crops are unsupported...And few agricultural issues are more politically charged than the debate over genetically modified organisms. Even as companies like Monsanto
Monsanto, considered by some to be the world's most-hated corporation, has negotiated a partnership with 4-H, a popular worldwide agricultural youth organization. H has more than six million members in 80 countries, anywhere from elementary school
Professor of Agriculture at Curtin University Once again, genetically modified crops are in the news for all the wrong reasons. In Western Australia's Supreme Court, organic farmer Steve Marsh is suing his neighbour and fellow farmer Michael Baxter
Imagine walking into an enormous grocery store and seeing a tiny section labeled Organic. One can't help but wonder, If this miniscule section is organic, then what on earth is everything else in here? The answer is genetically modified organisms,
Demand for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), or synthetically derived "food" owned by multinational corporations, is on the decline, suggests a new report by NPR. And many U.S. farmers are now voluntarily switching to non-GMO and organic crops