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A new Hawaii tax credit to help organic farmers offset their costs just passed! A win for the state’s organic farmers!
Hawaii has just passed a new tax credit that gives $50,000 to support organic farmers across the state create and maintain organic certification.
Denmark’s organic movement is growing like gangbusters. Here’s why that’s important and why it’s good for people’s health and food security in Denmark.
The drug free meats debate misses the point. To feed the world, we need to eat more plants.
Organic farming in Cuba is the norm by default. Now that U.S.-Cuban relations are improving, what will the future of Cuba’s food production look like?
Research found that organic farm yields are higher than previously estimated. Say bye-bye to conventional farming. Organic farming has a bright future.
Cuter than frolicking baby goats. More creative than Martha Stewart. This week, I got to meet the Beekman Boys — Brent and Josh. My food heroes! Say hello.
Mark your calendars to celebrate real food on Food Day 2013 October 24! Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, sustainable, and affordable food. Learn more.
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Monsanto and other biotech firms have used Hawai’i as a seed laboratory for decades. In fact, a majority of the GMO seed corn sold to farmers in the midwest comes from Hawai’i. As oil prices continue to rise and the cost of importing fresh food from 2500 miles away goes with it, Hawai’i is reconsidering the wisdom of plantation crops that don’t feed its people.
Organic farmer Steve Marsh filed suit against his GM canola farmer neighbor last year after the neighbor’s crops contaminated his organic fields, causing him to lose certification over 70% of his farm. Now that suit is headed for the Supreme Court.
Family farmers have filed a Notice of Appeal challenging Judge Naomi Buchwald’s February 24th ruling dismissing Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association et al v. Monsanto. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Manhattan will hear the farmers’ appeal, seeking to reinstate the case, which has received worldwide attention.