Congress is back in session, and it has to address how to fund the government in the coming year. The dangerous “Monsanto” rider is still on the table for the 2013 Appropriations bill, and we need to stop it!
Story as told by the Bechards’ daughter Katie—trauma turned to triumph.
Got milk? The rhetorical positive answer to this question is in jeopardy. If you could have told me when I was 14 and bought my first dairy cow, that milk would become a controversial issue and
Episode 3 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is an interview with Kristina Carmichael, a consumer involved in defending the source of her food, and Jojo Milano, a West Palm Beach area farmer. The West Palm Beach community fought back against zoning changes that would have negatively impacted a
Falls Church, Virginia (October 30, 2012) — Veteran trial attorney Glenn Reynolds has agreed to join Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund Vice-President Elizabeth Rich in representing Vernon Hershberger at the farmer’s upcoming criminal trial in
Raw Milk – The FDA claims that raw milk is dangerous, and they often go after those who sell it as if they’re criminals. Did you read about the arrest of Victoria Bloch, a sweet Weston A. Price chapter leader and farm market volunteer from California? Why their ignorance is what’s really frightening: Raw milk is one of
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For the past 20 years, Americans have been denied their right to know what’s in their food. Monsanto, DuPont, and other Biotech and Agribusiness giants have poured tens of millions of dollars into an advertising campaign against Proposition 37. It’s vital that we
Cartoon courtesy of Mike Adams at NaturalNews.com I was arrested the morning of August 3, 2011. It was completely unexpected. The arrest happened in the middle of the street, less than a half block from my house. It was surprisingly easy to get arrested: only a
Episode 2 of the Food Rights Hour podcast is an interview with Mark Baker, who is the face of the opposition to the Michigan Swine Invasive Species Order (ISO). On April 1st, 2012, an ISO went into effect in Michigan that outlawed the possession of prohibited swine. Mark Baker and three other individuals have
A significant court victory was won for food rights on September 20, 2012 when a Minnesota jury found farmer Alvin Schlangen not guilty on all three criminal misdemeanor counts for violations of the state food and dairy code. The case was referred by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and brought by
The history of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Europe is a stormy one. Prince Charles of England called them the “biggest environmental disaster of all time.” A recent poll in Europe found that 60% of respondents considered “Frankencrops” a threat to public health. In 2007, the United States launched a planned retaliation against European countries