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February 22nd, 2018
Looking Back so We Can Move Forward: All of Us Have a Place in a Movement for a Pesticide-Free Future for Hawaiʻi
From left to right: Autumn Rae Ness, Senator Maile Shimabukuro, Lauryn Rego Hawaiian Sovereignty has a lot to do with food security in Hawai'i.
February 12th, 2018
FAQs About Monsanto’s Dicamba-Resistant Crops and XtendiMax
For further documentation, see ¬Center for Food Safety’s comments to the Arkansas Plant Board on the State’s dicamba restrictions and Monsanto’s petition to rescind them What is XtendiMax? - XtendiMax is.
February 16th, 2018
Farmers and Environmentalists Sue Trump's EPA Over Approval of Monsanto's Disastrous Dicamba Pesticide
Originally published on Alternet . With the help of the federal government, Monsanto is set to make things worse. Last year's farm season was the first year Monsanto’s newly approved XtendiMax pesticide was used.
January 26th, 2018
5 Ways The Wonderful Company Misinforms Consumers about Oil Wastewater Use
The Wonderful Company, maker of Halos mandarins and POM products, continues to give consumers misleading information about their use of oil wastewater to irrigate crops.
January 3rd, 2018
2018: What's on Your Activist Wish List?
We’ll be honest: 2017 was a challenging year. The Trump Administration has been unrelenting in its attacks on food safety, environmental protections, climate justice, women and immigrant rights, and so many other values we hold dear.
December 14th, 2017
6 Podcasts You Can Sink Your Teeth Into
We can probably all agree that 2017 brought its share of ups and downs for the food movement.
November 22nd, 2017
Center for Food Safety To FDA: Tell the Truth About GMOs, Avoid Myths Put Out by Biotech Industry and its Followers
On November 14th, Center for Food Safety (CFS) testified at a public meeting held by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in San Francisco on the agency’s new Agricultural Biotechnology Education and Outreach Initiative.
November 20th, 2017
Tips for a Turkey that Puts the Thanks in Thanksgiving
On Thursday, November 23, many families in the United States will gather together to share a meal and celebrate all that they cherish in their lives.
November 17th, 2017
6 Tips for Saving Seeds
Calling all farmers and gardeners – be a part of the resistance this fall and save your seeds! Seed saving is fundamental to preserving biodiversity, plant genetic diversity, and protecting our food independence.
October 27th, 2017
Your Candy Shouldn’t be the Scariest Thing about Halloween
In just a few days, kids and adults alike will slip into fantastical costumes, adorn their homes with fake spider webs and plump pumpkins, and gobble down sugary candy from dawn to dusk.
October 10th, 2017
Big Island [Mega] Dairy Dumps on Local Communities
Big Island Dairy’s website features a picture of barns beneath a clear blue sky, surrounded by lush, green pasture, with words like “local” and “fresh” describing the milk it produces.
October 3rd, 2017
Activism as Art: Giving Dolores Huerta her Rightful Place in American History
Lessons Learned from the New Documentary “Dolores” about the Life of Dolores Huerta We live at an age where personality cult is rife, yet there are fewer heroes.
September 28th, 2017
A “Wonderful” Day of Action: How We Delivered Nearly 100K Signatures to The (Not So) Wonderful Company
On September 19th, California residents joined Center for Food Safety, Food and Water Watch, Daily Kos, and Climate Hawks Vote to deliver boxes of petition signatures to The Wonderful Company headquarters in West LA, urging the billion-dollar compa.
September 27th, 2017
Chain Reaction III - In Weaning Fast Food Off Drugs, Chickens Get the Better Deal
New report shows more restaurants are taking action to save antibiotics, but are slow to move beyond chicken For the third year in a row, the Chain Reaction scorecard and report rates the top 25 U.S.
September 8th, 2017
How Monsanto Is Devastating Thousands of Farms Across 20 States
Monsanto's GE cotton and soybeans were made to be resistant to an herbicide that drifts to nearby crops. Bill Bader is Missouri’s largest peach grower, supplying produce to retailers throughout the mid-South.