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I would like to start a GMO labeling group in Arkansas. I do not know how to do this legally. If you have any legal tips that would be appreciated. How do you create a labeling group? Would you like to help me? I have many years of political experience in Hawaii, but I just moved to Arkansas.
I am a 28 year old man with cerebral palsy in a wheelchair who graduated high school and completed two semesters of college in Hawaii. I want to know your opinion on genetically modified food and organic gardening. My dream is to get a GMO bill into the Arkansas state legislature like I did in Hawaii.
Thank you and Aloha,
My name is Destiny Brandon and i’m a student reporter at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. I’m writing a news piece on the pros and cons of genetically modified foods, and I am seeking an expert’s knowledge on the matter. Questions I have are as follows:
1) Should modified foods be labeled?
2) What are the pros of genetically modified foods?
3) What are the cons of genetically modified foods?
4) Do the pros outweigh the cons when it comes to genetically modified foods?
5) How long have modified foods been on the market?
I can be reached via phone: (804) 549-9787 and by email (email@example.com).
-won’t stop the GMO pollen from contaminating organic crops.
-don’t end the use of millions of tonnes of herbicides and other chemicals used to grow GMOs.
-will allow the continuation of cross-species into other foods that are grown in commercial farms.
-won’t address the Superweeds that are created by these mutant forms of seeds.
-doesn’t give farmers an opportunity to save seeds as Roundup Ready seeds will still be sold.
Labeling GMOs may seem like a fix, but it’s really only putting a band-aid on a much bigger problem that should be address.
Let’s not asking for GMO labelling – let’s demand a ban on all GMO cultivation.
Visit http://www.internationalgmobanalliance.org/">http://www.internationalgmobanalliance.org/ to learn how to ban GMOs in your own city.
The Power of One!
I work at NewHope360, a media company for the natural products industry. We’ve put together a big campaign for Non-GMO Month, including a free interactive digital guide that features the latest statistics, legislative updates, scientific explanations and history about GMOs. It’s an interesting (and fun!) read for anyone wanting to learn more about GMOs and get more involved in the issue. We’d love it if you could take a look and spread the word about it!
Thanks so much!
I am located in a very small community in Northern California, Clearlake, (Lake County). I have only resided in this area for approx. 5 mos., originally born/raised in Sonoma County, CA. (50+ yrs.), moved to Butte County briefly (approx. 2 yrs.) then here to Lake county.
Thank you for any response to my inquiries/questions.karen mcclellan
The University of California San Diego is hosting a food expo on October 24th to celebrate food day. We are inviting local restaurants, businesses, organizations and individuals who are passionate about sustainable food. We would love to offer you a table or as many tables as would suit your needs. The issue of labeling GMO’s does not receive enough attention at the UCSD campus. The students could really benefit from learning about the issue. This would give you an opportunity to educate students about the importance of sustainable foods, market your products and offer samples if you feel so inclined (the students would love it). UCSD students will be attending this event. Please contact me, Madelyn Hadley the Food Sustainability Assistant for UCSD, if you can make it. We would love to have you at our event!
Monday, September 30, 2013
Las Vegas, NV – We are very pleased to announce that the first Vegan Food Festival in Las Vegas! Join us for this vegan pre-Thanksgiving celebration!
The “Viva Las Vegan” food festival will feature a number of activities including: vegan
food, and ethical clothing vendors, children activities, cruelty-free cosmetics, toiletries
& healthcare products, presentations, poets, vegan fashion show. live entertainment,
speakers,food tasting, workshops, cooking demonstrations, and more!
This will be a truly amazing event that will help people discover how they can eat and
live in peace with animals while promoting a healthier lifestyle.
Saturday, November 2, 2013
9 am – 4 pm
Boulder Plaza (18b Arts District)
1047 S. Main St., Las Vegas, 89101
Sunday, November 3, 2013
2 pm – 5 pm
Clark County Library/Jewel Box Theater
1401 E. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, 89119
For more information or If your company would like to be a sponsor, exhibitor,
food demonstrator, media sponsor, vendor, non – profit table or speaker, please
We are doing a WFD rally in Eureka, CA 10-12-13 Could you help us out with info flyers to hand out at the rally? Thanks-Ayla
GMO OMG, which follows one family’s struggle to live and eat without participating in an unhealthy, unjust, and destructive food system. Director Jeremy Seifert investigates how loss of seed diversity and the corresponding laboratory assisted genetic alteration of food effects his young children, the health of our planet and freedom of choice everywhere.
Watch the Trailer: http://www.gmofilm.com/trailer.aspx">http://www.gmofilm.com/trailer.aspx
GMO OMG, take the audience on a journey to explore the unknown health and environmental risks of GMO’s, chemical toxins, and the food monopoly as well as the growing global movement to take back what we have lost.
GMO OMG opens:
NY Sept 13 – Cinema Village, 22 East 12th Street, New York
LA Sept 20 – Arena Cinema, 625 North Las Palmas Avenue, Hollywood
Seattle Sept 27 Seattle Art Museum, 1300 First Avenue, Seattle
For more information go to: http://www.gmofilm.com/">http://www.gmofilm.com/