Author: growers

Key Senators Reach Deal on GMO Labeling

Key Senators Reach Deal on GMO Labeling From NSAC Blog: Despite what feels like endless “controversy”, national polls have overwhelmingly shown that the vast majority of American consumers want the use of genetically engineered or genetically modified organisms (GMOs) noted on their food labels. Last...

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SEEKING: Land

posted June 29th, 2016 SEEKING: Land Scott Rorie is looking for a bit of land, up to 5 acres in the Bells Bend Area and surrounding to build on. Please contact Scott with the information below. Scott Rorie scottrorie@me.com 310.594.4993...

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2015 National Food Hub Survey Results

2015 National Food Hub Survey Results Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems has released the Findings of the 2015 National Food Hub Survey, produced in collaboration with the Wallace Center at Winrock International. This is the only study of its caliber to track nationwide...

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Food Systems Experts Urge Global Shift Towards Agroecology

Food Systems Experts Urge Global Shift Towards Agroecology Input-intensive crop monocultures and industrial-scale feedlots must be consigned to the past in order to put global food systems onto sustainable footing, according to the world’s foremost experts on food security, agro-ecosystems and nutrition. The solution is to...

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Free SARE Courses Advance Your Sustainable Ag Education

Free SARE Courses Advance Your Sustainable Ag Education Looking to learn more about the core concepts of sustainable agriculture? SARE’s online, self-paced sustainable agriculture courses have been updated and expanded to include a course on Agricultural Ecosystem Management. The three courses cover core concepts in sustainable agriculture, its goals and its relevance to every farming...

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