A annual gathering to learn, strategize and network about genetic engineering in agriculture and pharmaceuticals, biowarfare, genetic and non-genetic discrimination, trade regimes and corporate control, patenting of life and more.
Located in Boise, Idaho, the Capital City Public Market envisions healthy communities nourished by sustainable food systems providing economically viable opportunities for agricultural vendors, food producers and artisans.
A national grassroots advocacy organization committed to protecting and expanding consumer natural health choices. Through a nationwide network of community-based chapters and members, Citizens For Health initiates and monitors legislation with the goal of ensuring access to health information and the freedom to choose from a broad range of health options.
he Forum for Organic Resource Management and Agricultural Technologies (FORMAT) is assisting Kenyans to pursue a path where organic resources in the countryside and cities alike are being creatively recycled and profitably processed.
Green America is a nonprofit, membership organization founded in 1982 whose mission is to harness economic power – the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace – to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
We work for a world where all people have enough, where all communities are healthy and safe, and where the bounty of the Earth is preserved for all the generations to come.
Green Halloween became a program of Green America in July 2012.
Fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables are higher in both nutrition and flavor, because they can picked at the peak of ripeness—the produce you buy at our Iowa farms and farmers' markets are fresh from the fields, and proudly offered for your inspection by a friendly neighbor.
LifeCycles is a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating awareness and initiating action around food, health, and urban sustainability in the Greater Victoria community. We work proactively to promote and create personal, shared and community gardens, research, and educational activities and youth skills development programs. Through intergenerational partnerships we strengthen individual, community and global health.
Nourish is an educational initiative designed to open a meaningful conversation about food and sustainability, particularly in schools and communities.
NW RAGE is a non-violent, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting a responsible, sustainable and just use of agriculture and science through education, community building, advocacy and action.
Campaign for Food Safety non-profit, public interest organization for labeling of genetically engineered / biotech /GMO / Novel food and irradiated food.
Organic Leaks is a non-profit public benefit website devoted to bringing significant information to the public pertaining to various organic spheres of influence.
We provide articles from around the world from independent and at times anonymous sources. We publish material at the same time as keeping the
identity of our sources anonymous upon their request, thus providing a universal way for sensitive stories relating to organics to be shared unsuppressed and uncensored.
Furthermore we provide articles from various sites that we would like to share with likeminded organic mavens.
We believe information should be free, in addition to -courage is contagious.
Organicleaks.com is a site aimed at revealing organic fraud, deception
across all levels on matters pertaining to the organic market.
This may included but is not limited to corporate corruption, agricultural
deceits, manufacturing dishonesty, food safety and all other relevant
information that the public has a right to know about.
Aimed at providing a public service for whistleblowers, correspondents, and
activists who have sensitive materials to make public, Organic Leaks publishes such information worldwide on our website.
Organic Leaks seeks to set information free.
The Sierra Club's view on Genetically Modified Organisms.
The mission of Sustainable Harvest International (SHI) is to provide farming families in Central America with the training and tools to preserve our planet's tropical forests while overcoming poverty.
Concerned with the growing acreage of unlabeled and inadequately tested genetically engineered crops, The Campaign to Label Genetically Engineered Foods was launched in March 1999. Our mission statement is "To create a national grassroots consumer campaign for the purpose of lobbying Congress and the President to pass legislation that will require the labeling of genetically engineered foods in the United States."
Yes On 37 is a group advocating for the passage of California's Proposition 37, which would require labeling of food products made with genetically modified organisms.