Organic Consumers Fund Gives Another $100,000 to GMO Measure

Campaign likely to battle Monsanto, profiled in current Bloomberg Businesweek


A group called the Organic Consumers Fund has made a second $100,000 contribution to Oregon GMO Right to Know, the political action committee behind a proposed November ballot measure seeking to label genetically modified organisms.  That contribution brings GMO Right to Know's total raised this year to $1.3 million. Meanwhile the current issue of Bloomberg Businessweek takes a deep dive ...   More
Friday, July 11, 2014 NIGEL JAQUISS

Thousands Expected at Anti-Monsanto March Saturday


More than 4,000 people have signed up for an anti-Monsanto march in Northeast Portland this Saturday.A Facebook event listing bills the event as a peaceful march against the ever-growing pervasiveness of the megacompany's GMO seeds in foods and farming."Monsanto has put corporate profit before the welfare of families and the environment by failing to honestly represent the facts about GMOs and the ...   More
Thursday, May 23, 2013 ANDREA DAMEWOOD

If You're Worried About Genetically Modified Food, Read This


We don't know if the corn in this photo was genetically modified. We do know that Saturday, March 26, Oregon will be among a dozen spots taking part in a nationwide protest against Monsanto by people who want labeling of GMOs and factory-farmed animal products as well as independent, long-term studies done on the safety of GMOs. The noon rally on March 26 in Salem outside the Capitol targets Monsanto, the ...   More
Thursday, March 17, 2011 NATHAN GILLES


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