Monsanto swears it destroyed all its genetically modified wheat from 2005, and then just to make sure no one ever found the remains, they buried it in a field.
So young to be on Monsanto's mercenaries watch list...
Video: Luke Rudkowski talks to activists who joined in on the March Against Monsanto in NYC. Over 2 million participated across the globe.
At the moment over two million people have planned to carry out over 400 global March Against Monsanto events in 52 countries, 200 cities, and simultaneously in 47 states in the United States on Saturday.
Join the March Against Monsanto to shut down the one corporation that controls every morsel of food from our cradles to our graves.
Video: On May 25, activists around the world will unite to March Against Monsanto.
The Supreme Court has ruled unanimously in favor of Monsanto in its suit against an Indiana farmer who planted its genetically modified seeds without paying the company.
This is your Moment of Clarity #203. More information on Monsanto and GMOs: 1) http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/15/us-france-environment-gmo-idUSBRE88... 2)
California's 2012 General Election ballot had some key ballot measures on it. One was an initiative requiring food labels to disclose whether or not products manufactured were made with genetically modified foods (GMO). Until mid-September, the
An expanding network of concerned individuals known as Occupy Monsanto has emerged over the past 8 months staging numerous protests at companies connected to the global trade of genetically engineered foods, also known as GMOs. The network announced today that on September 17, 2012 protests will begin for an entire week in St. Louis, home of the Monsanto Corporation, and across the US including California where voters will decide if they will label GMOs this election and worldwide in Argentina, Canada, Germany, India, Philippines, and other countries where concern over GMO impact on the environment and human health is growing.