- Foreign Aid Bill Mandates Genetic Engineering
- Zambia's Conservation Farming Success
- Herbicide Resistance in Western Canada
- GE Seeds Creating Barriers to Exports for Canadian Farmers (but don't worry, if you're in Canada or the U.S., you can have all the GE foodstuffs you want!)
- Check out Greenpeace's GMO guide to see if your favourite grocery store items are harboring GMOs. It's heartbreaking to see that infant formula, in addition to being such a poor substitute for breast milk, is also contaminated with GMOs.
If you are consuming meat or dairy products and the farmer is using non-organic sources for his/her feed, you are consuming GMOs. Locally sourcing your food is great, but it has to go beyond that. Ask your farmer about her farming practices. What are the animals eating? Where and how does he grow his feed? What about the farmers around him? At present, GMO canola, corn, and soy are being used in animal feed with the possibility of alfalfa looming on the horizon.