A farmer’s view: What to know about GMO

A farmer’s view: What to know about GMO

Today the largest crop grown in the US is corn, 88% of which is genetically modified.

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Poisioning Paradise

Biotech Giant Found Guilty of Pesticide Contamination

Biotech giant, DuPont-Pioneer, was recently taken to court by a small group of activists from Kauai because of their harmful GMO seeds.

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Monsanto Donates Millions to Save the Butterflies

Monsanto donated millions to save butterflies

Monarch butterflies are known for the incredible mass migration that brings millions of them to California and Mexico each winter.

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Food Industry Influence

Buy me! How the food industry influences what we eat

Marion Nestle is the Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University.

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One Meal at a time

Saving the Planet, One Meal at a Time

A person who is vegan will save 1,100 gallons of water, 20 pounds CO2 equivalent, 30 square feet of forested land, 45 pounds of grain and one sentient animal’s life1 every day.

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Splicing Genes Together

Genetically Engineered Foods Why the Controversy?

Genetically engineered foods have had foreign genes (genes from other plants or animals) inserted into their genetic codes.

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Political corruption of Monsanto

Political corruption of Monsanto and its influence

Corporate totalitarianism … rules through dispensability and corruption. It treats communities, people, countries, ecosystems, species as disposable and dispensable.

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Food Politics

Debate Is Over: Organic Food Is More Nutritious

It strongly shows that organic grains, fruits and vegetables have definite health benefits over conventionally grown products.

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