What’s all this ‘March Against Monsanto’ Hub-bub about?

What’s all this ‘March Against Monsanto’ Hub-bub about?

Folks are gathering all across the world in a couple of days for a peaceful demonstration ~ Everyday Joe’s and Jane’s wanting whole, natural foods.  Most of the folks marching on Saturday are aware of the hidden dangers in our food, but for those who aren’t, bring your questions.  You don’t know what you don’t know. What is all the hub-bub about?  Genetically modified organisms or GMO’s for short.  What...

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Immunity for BioTech companies

Immunity for BioTech companies

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there is a rider in the 2013 Agriculture Appropriations Bill which would would require — not just allow, but require — the Secretary of Agriculture to grant a temporary permit for the planting or cultivation of a genetically engineered crop, even if a federal court has ordered the planting be halted until an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is completed,” wrote Alexis...

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Mother Vs. Monsanto

Mother Vs. Monsanto

This story warms my heart!  Guess who wins? http://www.nationofchange.org/mother-wins-top-environmental-award-beating-monsanto-1335626115 Considering how there is a revolving door between Monsanto and the government, our fight is a bit more challenging, however, I know we can be the change we wish to see! Photo by:  ...

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Why Your Cheapest Utility Could Cost You Triple!

Why Your Cheapest Utility Could Cost You Triple!

Most people know we need water to survive, yet only three percent of the Earth’s water is fresh.  Were you aware that much of it is not fit for human use? Couple that with a water system that is anywhere from 60-100+ years old, and you begin to understand why your water bill may be going up in the very near future.  These rate hikes are necessary to fix and expand the current water systems, which are crumbling and causing all kinds of...

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Green Is the New Normal?

Green Is the New Normal?

I’m reminded of what life was like for my grandparents and great grandparents.  Life was simpler back then. They cooked from scratch and made the most of what they had.  My grandmother would make a scrumptious meal, complete with a dessert, every night.  She even had a way of making leftovers taste extraordinary!   Every extra  little bit of pie crust would be rolled out, dotted with butter, sprinkled with cinnamon sugar, and...

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