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Posts Tagged ‘GMOs’

Cropland Policy/GMO Events

Cropland Policy/GMO Events

Today, November 7 Cropland Policy Open House, 5-8 p.m. Boulder County Fairgrounds: Exhibit Building Come learn about the policy and ask questions during this informal open house. A short staff presentation on the process will begin at 6 p.m. [...] | The Great GMO Debate | The Great GMO Debate

The debate over the use of GMOs has been pretty much explicitly confined to two aspects, the scientific and the economic. But as Wendell Berry says, these are only two sides of an eight-sided coin. Read the entire article at The [...] | The Food Movement: Its Power and Possibilities | The Food Movement: Its Power and Possibilities

Just as dramatic is the struggle for the seed. More than 1,000 independent seed companies were swallowed up by multinationals in the past four decades, so today just three—Monsanto, DuPont and Syngenta—control about half the proprietary seed [...] | Monsanto Corn Spawning Superbug | Monsanto Corn Spawning Superbug

Originally published in the Wall Street Journal: Widely grown corn plants that Monsanto Co. genetically modified to thwart a voracious bug are falling prey to that very pest in a few Iowa fields, the first time a major Midwest scourge has [...]

The Local Food Shift: What every public official, political candidate and voter should know

The Local Food Shift: What every public official, political candidate and voter should know

This article first appeared in the Boulder Weekly. The local food shift is gaining significant traction in Boulder County, growing well beyond the euphoric early adopter stage into early majority territory. It is unfolding so rapidly and so [...]

Listen: KGNU on GMOs (Updated)

Listen:  KGNU on GMOs (Updated)

Next week (August 29-September 1), every day except Friday, KGNU will be hosting shows on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the 8:35 a.m. hour. The anticipated schedule is: Monday (30 minutes) David Bell, Agriculture Division Manager of [...]

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