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Saturday, July 04, 2015 at 09:00 AM · 7 rsvps
Belmont Park in San Diego, CA

San Diego Moms March Against GMOs

Label GMOs, in cooperation with Moms Across America and California State Grange, is meeting for


Moms Across San Diego March Against GMOs


Belmont Park (meet by the roller coaster, look for banner or sign).


People (moms, dads, grandparents, kids) all across the country are marching on July 4th to raise awareness about the health (and environmental) health risks/dangers of GMO foods & glyphosate (Roundup).


Please RSVP so that if plans change you can be informed.


9am-10am make signs or help children and adults make signs (posterboard, crayons, markers provided free).

10am-1pm walk down to Pacific Beach and then back to the Mission Beach jetty and then come back to the roller coaster.


For question, contact

Mica Myers · 619-791-8619


As a backup, you can also contact

Daniel Osman



Saturday, July 04, 2015 at 09:30 AM

Santa Cruz 4th of July Parade for GMO Labeling

Saturday, July 4th, 9:30 AM Aptos Parade for GMO Labeling All ages are welcome. Kids ride tricycles, scooters or wagons. Find the GMO Group in the line-up, starting at Wells Fargo Bank on Soquel Avenue, Aptos, extending along Mesa Drive to Vienna Drive and Soquel Avenue. See the Moms Across America March banner and signs. Look for the 4 foot high Statue of Liberty in a wagon. LET'S MARCH! The GMO Labeling Group is joining with a big country-wide march called Moms Across America March (MAAM) to encourage eating SAFE food & GMO Labeling. (You don't have to be a mom to join the fun. Pet moms and pets are welcome too!) Marches bring awareness to the public. Many people still don't know what GMO is or how much pesticides & poisons are in conventional food. See event on Facebook: See Moms Across Amerca events: Find parking at the church across the street from Wells Fargo Bank or surrounding area. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! The July 4th MAAM march is an opportunity for many people to learn about GMOs. And remember…MONSANTO’S GREATEST ENEMY IS AN INFORMED PUBLIC! For More Info. Contact: Teri Smith: (831) 247-7755 Tarah Locke Mary Graydon-Fontana

Sunday, July 05, 2015 at 07:15 PM
Grassroots Oasis in San Diego, CA

San Diego Free Screening Documentary Genetic Roulette

Join us for a free documentary screening of "Genetic Roulette" by best-selling author Jeffrey M. Smith.


Never-before seen evidence points to genetically engineered foods as a major contributor to rising disease rates in the U.S. population, especially among children.  Gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, inflammatory diseases, and infertility are just some of the problems implicated in humans, pets, livestock, and lab animals that eat genetically modified soybeans and corn.

Jeffrey M. Smith, author of the world's bestselling book on GMOs, "Seeds of Deception", is a leading consumer advocate promoting healthier non-GMO choices.


Grassroots Oasis

3130 Moore Street

San Diego, CA 92110

The Grassroots Oasis event/meeting space is on the ground floor, along with lobby and restroom. Some offstreet parking; ample street parking available on weeknights and weekends, with the Old Town Transit Center a few blocks away. ADA accessible.

Here's the Coaster Schedule:  The Trolley and Bus are also options for those in San Diego, East County and South Bay.  Old Town Transit Ctr is just a few blocks away and is a hub for these as well.

Friday, September 04, 2015 at 08:00 AM through September 05, 2015 · $20.00 USD

Soil Not Oil International Conference (Special Tickets)


Practicing Sustainable Agriculture to Restore Ecosystems and Mitigate Climate Change

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has joined the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in declaring 2015, The International Year of Soils. This campaign is designed to bring attention to the integral role soils play in food production, water quality, climate change and environmental ecosystems, as well as farm and range sustainability and resilience.

Inspired by Dr. Vandana Shiva’s book, Soil Not Oil, the 2015 Soil Not Oil Conference examines the crisis on food security while highlighting the implications of oil based agro-chemicals and fossil fuels in soil depletion and climate change. The first edition of this conference will focus on educating, through national and international experiences, about the multiple problems and possible practical solutions that surround the profound consequences resulting from synthetic enhanced agriculture in industrialized nations.

As an international platform to share, learn and launch campaigns in support of restoration of ecosystems, more than 60 speakers – from farmers, activists and community organizers to scientists and elected officials – will share their perspectives and present alternatives to solve one of the most important problems that humans face today.

The core organizer of this event, Biosafety Alliance, is a cross-sector, multi-level and inter-ethnic alliance of organizations, scientists, farmers, businesses and individuals dedicated to working on a variety of issues related to regenerative agroecology, biodiversity and air, water and soil quality. Join international leaders, farmers, scientists, community members and environmental and food justice advocates for workshops, presentations and networking opportunities.

Get the knowledge you need to support the movement and advocate for a sustainable future for all living beings. What you grow in, matters.

The 2015 International Conference will take place at Civic Center Complex of Richmond California on September 4-5 

Presenters will include international food and environmental justice advocates and educators from Africa, Europe, Asia, Latin America and the United States. 

Confirmed to date: Dr. Vandana Shiva, Miguel Altieri, Adelita San Vicente Tello, Devon Peña, John Wick, Ignacio Chapela, Ramon Seidler (among others).

Dozens of workshops/presentations a Social and Environmental Forum and breakout sessions, seed exchange, community building activities, literature & video exchange, poster session, film screenings, off site tours.

This event will focus on local and global issues concerning the implications and practical solutions related to soil management, biodiversity, food sovereignty and security, seeds, culture and tradition, factory farming, deforestation, protecting our pollinators, synthetic chemicals, corporate accountability, legislation and health. 

Special ticket price for the event!

Sunday, December 27, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Screening of the documentary "GMO OMG" with panelists from LabelGMOs & Veggielution

No event scheduled

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