Here are highlights from this month's issue:
Celebrating our 20th year in publishing!
Regenerative farmer to peers: We can farm without pesticides
Rick Clark, a no-till organic farmer from Indiana, recently encouraged a group of farmers at a field day to move away from synthetic pesticides. “Eliminate all of these caustic inputs that are harming our bodies. We can farm without all these inputs,” he said.
Rodale Midwest Center crop consultants aim to “transition as many farmers to organic as possible”
Crop consultants with the Rodale Institute’s Midwest Center are working with farmers in the region to transition land to organic production.
Non-GMO suppliers face ongoing challenges shipping to Asia
The COVID-19 pandemic may be easing in the United States but its impact on shipping non-GMO grains and ingredients to Asian nations, such as Japan, continues.
Iowa farmer-poet offers new paradigm of agriculture
Levi Lyle, a sixth-generation farmer and poet in Keota, Iowa, is transitioning some of his family’s land to organic and has adopted regenerative agriculture practices on the rest of the farm.
GMO ice cream rushed to market; maker hides that it is GMO-derived
A genetically engineered ice cream has been rushed to market with consumer messaging that obscures the fact that the ice cream is GMO, according to a prominent public health attorney.Get The Organic & Non-GMO Report
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