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  • Organics on the rise

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 28, 2008 at 17:11 1 comment
    true foodEarlier this week, we heard evidence that organic production can be equally productive as conventional industrial agriculture.  Not surprising then that so many farmers are switching to organic production.  A 60 percent increase since 2001 is impressi... Read more >
  • Organic farming will feed us all

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 26, 2008 at 15:59 4 comments

    Soil AssociationThe apologists of industrial agriculture often claim we need genetic engineering and artificial pesticides to feed an ever growing population.  A new study from the University of Wisconsin finds organic cropping is equally efficient for wheat and corn... Read more >

  • Sick cattle: tortured, 'waterboarded', shocked and fed to humans

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 13, 2008 at 11:15 5 comments

    clonedmeat.orgI am feeling woozy and wobbly on my feet. The case of downer cows entering the US food chain is an indictment against industrial livestock production.  Canada needs to safeguard consumers, farmers and the environment from this and other criminal and d... Read more >

  • Organic Food Industry Fears GE Contamination (Reuters)

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 12, 2008 at 10:46 2 comments

    www.certifiedorganic.orgOrganic farmers across North America fear their livelihoods could be jeopardized by contamination by genetically engineered crops.  This morning’s Reuters article warns that GE contamination threatens to become even more widespread across the US.  In ... Read more >

  • A bad day for Campbell

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - March 11, 2008 at 19:26 3 comments

    DSC02014You know its going to be a rough day when you wake up to find your office quarantined, and Greenpeace declares you to be a biohazard to the province.  Gordon Campbell, who spent much of the morning dodging questions about his lying lobbyist, never cam... Read more >

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