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Can genetically-modified foods be bad for our health?
Fox News work
November 04, 2013

The truth about GMOs

Why Lots Of Grass-Fed Beef Sold In U.S. Comes From Down Under
The Salt: NPR work
October 04, 2013

George Siemon, a founder of Organic Valley, the big organic food supplier, says the push for grass-fed beef started with activists who wanted to challenge a beef industry dominated by factory-scale feedlots. In those feedlots, cattle are fed a corn-heavy diet designed to make the animals gain weight as quickly as possible.

Nearly Half of All US Farms Now Have Superweeds
Mother Jones work
February 08, 2013

ast year's drought took a big bite out of the two most prodigious US crops, corn and soy. But it apparently didn't slow down the spread of weeds that have developed resistance to Monsanto's herbicide Roundup (glyphosate), used on crops engineered by Monsanto to resist it.

Organic Valley Responds to Jane Brody's Criticism of Organics
work
January 10, 2013

Jane Brody criticizes organic because we won’t allow Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). We are in good company. Sixty-one countries in Europe, Asia and South America also don’t allow GMOs.  read more…

13+ Things You Didn’t Know About Organic Food
Reader's Digest work
November 07, 2012

Before you buy organic or natural foods, see what today's food experts told us about making smart food choices.

What Do Kids Know About Organics?
prevention.com work
October 26, 2012

"What Kids Know About Organics" is a result of Organic Valley's visit at PS41 on 10/3 with the American Cheese Revolution. Great shout outs to OV, PS41, American Singles, and the kid definitions of Organic are impressive.

What Saved This Conventional Farm?
www.huffingtonpost.com work
October 26, 2012

I recently attended the Organic Pioneer Awards at the Rodale Institute--an amazing event that recognizes people who make a difference in sustainable agriculture.

Earlier that day, I visited an organic family farm in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, adjacent to the Rodale Institute, owned by James Burkholder. When I met James, his wife Ida, and his lovely family, I realized that I was in presence of a new organic leader.

Cap-and-spade: Will California’s carbon market dollars go to organic farms?
grist.com work
October 11, 2012

You see, the Golden State is revving up to start its own carbon market (or “cap-and-trade” plan) and it kicks off next month. This plan is designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions 80 percent by 2050 and will require power plants and large industrial facilities like oil refineries and manufacturers (and eventually fuel and natural gas distributors), to participate in a process of paying for their pollution (or, in some cases, selling credits they earn by not polluting).

Maria Rodale's Top 10 Reasons Why Every Kid Needs Organic Food
huffingtonpost.com work
October 10, 2012

Hello, readers! I was asked to give a talk to some parents at my kid's school, so I thought I'd share this with you, too. I've broken it down into 5 Scary Reasons and 5 Fun Reasons because the truth is both fun and scary. And because unless we are willing to stare our fears down and face them, it's almost impossible to have fun!

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