With new forms of genetic engineering like synthetic biology and gene editing now entering the marketplace, keeping GMOs out of your shopping basket is tricker than ever. Use this infographic to learn more about high-risk crops and inputs so you can make an informed choice about whether or not to consume genetically modified organisms.
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Karoline is excited to bring her experience teaching and love of communication and research to the Non-GMO Project to promote education and food transparency. After receiving her M.A. in English from Western Washington University, Karoline applied her education as an editor for pedagogy and writing journals and a teacher of English and creative writing. Before… » Read more
Rachel Parent is a relentless safe food environmental youth activist. She has a passionate and strong commitment to help motivate our youth, our communities, and policy makers to take simple actions every day for the protection of our ecosystems, the environment, and everyone’s future.
Follow and support the contributors to this collaborative piece: @CulturalSurvival [WaitahaExecutiveGrandmothersCouncil.com] @Fog_Moon_Studio @NEN_NorthEastNetwork [SaltNet.org] [CikodGhana.org] @EarthIsOhana [RegenAgAlliance.org] @Linda.Black.Elk @GreenstoneFarm_LA @CulturalConservancy @NatKelley @GatherFilm @AGrowingCulture @Terralingua.Langscape @FarmerRishi @KameaChayne To join us in sharing this open-source post, head to: bit.ly/IndigenousWorldViews
My passion for food, sustainability, and community outreach began in earnest in my teenage years and has not waned since. For several years, I worked as a health educator before moving into the natural foods industry, where I worked in marketing and sales for several large natural foods companies. It was through this work that… » Read more