Farmers in three Australian States are seeking public support for a Senate inquiry into the post-commercialisation impacts of existing regulated GM crops - as a Western Australian (WA) farmer who lost...
By Shaunna McCovey The Tolowa Dee-ni’ of the Smith River Rancheria in California have always been the caretakers of the ocean and coast. During the summer months, Tolowa families set up camps to fish for smelt on the local beaches.
PARIS, May 31 (Reuters) - France wants to double the area offarmland devoted to organic agriculture by 2017 to meet growingconsumer demand through local production, the country's farmminister said.France,...
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