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Letter to LA Times about the GMO-free Zone

In Reply to LA Times Editorial, “L.A.’s bid to target genetically engineered crops isn’t productive” Creating a GMO-Free Zone in L.A. serves an important function. It preserves space — real, tangible geography — where clean seeds can be grown. All … Continue reading

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What do GMOs have to do with Resilience?

In so many ways, GMOs deplete any resilience in our food supply. GMOs are perhaps the ultimate pinnacle of petroleum-dependent agriculture. These plants are laboratory-engineered to work together with petro-chemicals: herbicides, insecticides, fertilizers. Headed into a world with less fossil … Continue reading

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GMO-Free L.A. launch party

Want to see L.A. be GMO-Free? Come join the fun at the Launch Party for this City-wide campaign! ¬†There’ll be live bands, food trucks, D-I-Y silkscreening, speakers, and What You Can Do. The “GMO-Free L.A.” campaign seeks to protect homegrown … Continue reading

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Los Angeles as a GMO-free Zone?

Would you like to see Los Angeles declared a GMO-free Zone? The Environmental Change-Makers is working with a coalition of groups to make this happen. ¬†Would you like to help with the political effort? If you’re a gardener, consider labeling … Continue reading

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