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Prisonplanet.com/

* Legislation is so broad based that every aspect of growing or producing food can be made illegal. There are no specifics which is bizarre considering how long the legislation is.

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Linn Cohen-Cole

The corporations want the land, more intensive industrialization, the end of normal animals so they can substitute patented genetically engineered ones they own, and the end of normal seeds and thus of seed banking by farmers or individuals. They wan

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Deborah Koons Garcia

Grab a cup of organic coffee, which is allowed a 10% rate of GMO contamination to still be USDA certified “organic,” and watch The Future of Food in 9 parts.

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Deborah Stockton, NICFA

The U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock, Dairy and Poultry will hold a hearing on NAIS on March 11. Bills to put NAIS into law, HR875 and companion Senate S814, are being pushed through Congress, as well as an Appropriations Bill with f

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Wendy McElroy

Listen to the news with an ear to the economy. That is, ask yourself "how is this news item going to impact the economy...specifically, the price of goods I purchase?" [This is a important read in these failing times.]

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So, we have a huge global seed bank that contains seeds that the average Joe hasn't a snowball's chance in hell of gaining access to, and no privately-owned personal seed banks. Watch the video and do the math.

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AP

Hundreds of thousands of America's dairy cows are being turned into hamburgers because milk prices have dropped so low that farmers can no longer afford to feed the animals. Dairy farmers say they have little choice but to sell part of their herd

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GlobalResearch.ca

California is facing its worst drought in recorded history . The drought is predicted to be the most severe in modern times, worse than those in 1977 and 1991. Thousands of acres of row crops already have been fallowed, with more to follow.

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Washington Post

Almost half of tested samples of commercial high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) contained mercury, which was also found in nearly a third of 55 popular food and beverage products.

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Some economists are advocating that the best way out of our current economic dilemma is going to happen from the bottom up instead of the top down

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AP

Is it trespassing when bees do what bees do in California's tangerine groves? That is the question being caught between beekeepers who prize orange blossom honey and citrus growers who blame bees for causing seedless mandarin oranges to develop p

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AP

Mormons may be among the country's best prepared to weather the current economic hard times. Since the Great Depression, church leaders have preached a doctrine of self-reliance and selflessness, calling on members to plan for their own future wh

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