Jackson and Josephine counties together make a logical boundary for a GMO restriction zone.
No matter what this food system forum advocates, the real food system, which includes farmers, ranchers, processors, distributors and retailers, will continue to feed Washington’s 7.1 million people.
The OGWA would encourage Oregon’s water management to focus on long-term sustainability, considering all water uses and users equally.
So far, what Trump has presented agriculture with is anything but positive.
We are against 36 separate regulatory schemes — one for each county — for GMOs.
A little bit of math can show why the buildings collapsed.
Only Congress can change the law. And it’s time it did.
Pardons and commutations were dished out to drug dealers and terrorists, but none seem to be forthcoming for Dwight and Steven Hammond.
Had GMOs appeared commercially in earlier decades when the dangers of DDT were exposed GMOs would have suffered the same fate.