Nina Planck
Dr. Vandana Shiva

Food Standards Agency

Small farmers

Foot and mouth

Life Force

GM foods


Junk Food

Bovine TB and badgers

Food scarcity myth

The Myth - Scarcity. The Reality - There is enough food


Interview with GM Watch editor, Jonathan Matthews


[2009 July] A cancerous conspiracy to poison your faith in organic food

[August 2009] Half of all the fruit & veg you buy is contaminated

More Than You Bargained for in Your Chicken The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found that Tyson Foods routinely gave antibiotics to chicken it raised to sell as meat, and labeled it as antibiotic free. Tyson said that the antibiotics were not a type used in humans, and so were not likely to lead to "superbugs" immune to medical treatments. But the USDA found that in addition to the non-human antibiotic, Tyson was also using a drug commonly given to people. The USDA told Tyson that it can no longer consider the company's no-antibiotics label "truthful and accurate." Tyson disagreed but said it would end its misleading labeling ... after a federal court issued an injunction stopping them from making the claim.

Food and Permaculture by David Blume On approximately two acres— half of which was on a terraced 35 degree slope—I produced enough food to feed more than 300 people (with a peak of 450 people at one point), 49 weeks a year in my fully organic CSA on the edge of Silicon Valley . If I could do it there you can do it anywhere. I did this for almost nine years until I lost the lease to my rented land. My yields were often 8 times what the USDA claims are possible per square foot. My soil fertility increased dramatically each year so I was not achieving my yields by mining my soil.

Organic Farming Can Feed the World
Organic farming can yield up to three times as much food as conventional farming on the same amount of land---according to new findings which refute the long-standing assumption that organic farming methods cannot produce enough food to feed the global population.

[Gupta Oct 2006] The Machinations Of The New World Order - The Farmer 
oughly 100,000 farmers committed suicide over six years to 2003 in India

[Media June 2005 Organic Farming] Hungry for an alternative ---Tewolde Berhan

Farming and government covert agenda quotes

Interview with Dr. Jozsef Beres

Earp-Thomas, George

--Greenpeace and Oxfam Create New Farming Solutions Web Site

 The Farming Solutions web site presents real solutions to hunger and
 poverty. The site brings examples of successful, environmentally
 responsible farming systems to life from all over the world,
 illustrating how farmers can protect the environment while at the same
 time increasing food supply where it is most needed.

 Check it out:

Slaughterhouses/abattoirs/meat works

Soil And Health Library

Campaign For Food Safety

500 insect species developed resistance to modern insecticides

[Media UK, March 2001] Why fruit and veg were better for us 50 years ago

Corporate Dynamics (links)

RACHEL's Environment & Health Weekly


Pesticides and Polio


Animal Rights Resource Site

Sustainable Farming Connection

Pesticide Action Network

The No Milk Page


Empty Harvest--Bernard Jensen



[The Future of Food - Fake Foods] Investigative Reporter, Pam Killeen interviews Deborah Garcia about her new movie, The Future of Food.
If these genetically engineered seeds blow onto a farmer’s field, Monsanto could come on their field, test their crops, demand money from them and claim ownership of the crops. The farmer, who probably doesn't want to have genetically engineered seeds anywhere near his field, now has this responsibility. It’s a very strange situation. It seems like Monsanto has all the power and that they don't have any accountability or responsibility. If contamination occurs on an innocent neighboring farm, somehow the innocent farmer has to pay for the contamination. It’s illogical. This is now the way that the system is working. It’s the opposite from what you would imagine..............
in order to determine whether or not these crops would be regulated, both the government and the biotech industry decided that these seeds would be considered “substantially equivalent” to normal seeds. This is simply not true. The reason why they came up with this determination was so that GE foods wouldn't have to be regulated, tested nor labeled.
    ...One future is industrial pesticides, chemical laden, tasteless food that is heavily processed, controlled by huge multinational corporations for their own benefit; the other future is exemplified by organic farmers who farm and feed people regionally with good healthy food that people can feel safe eating and eat in a sense of community and family. If people really understood what was happening to our food supply, they would choose good, safe, healthy food grown by a local farmer. If we choose to eat this way, we will also benefit by supporting local economies.

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