April

Georgia Organics: Weaving organic food into community life, one farm at a time

When Alice Rolls joined Georgia Organics as its first fulltime person in 2004, 150 people came to its annual conference—primarily farmers. At the 2015 conference, 1000 enthusiastic farmers and consumers interested in sustainability and organic issues participated. Fostering farmer prosperity and increasing the number of organic farms in the state are what keep Rolls and […]

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Coexistence between GMO and organic won’t work until “they stop firing at us”

Peaceful coexistence of genetically modified and organic crops won’t work until GMO seed companies and farmers accept responsibility and liability for genetic trespass. This was a key message of an educational session, “Looking for the ‘co’ in coexistence,” held at the recent Organic Farming Conference in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. “There can be no coexistence unless there […]

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Clif Bar launches multiple strategies to support organic growth

Organic food bar maker committed to growing organic supply and research, supporting organic farmers, and getting pesticides off the land.

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Multiple efforts underway to increase U.S. organic farm land

Initiatives aim to boost organic supply to meet soaring demand for organic food

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Big food companies to label GMO products

General Mills, Mars, Kellogg, and ConAgra say they will label all products containing GM ingredients nationwide to comply with Vermont’s GMO labeling law

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