The Department of Labor has finally agreed to drop its "hot goods" cases against two Oregon blueberry producers, return fines it extorted from them, and pay some of their legal fees. What took so long?
While opponents resort to rumors and urban legends about genetically modified crops, farmers who choose to use GMOs find that they save money and increase profits. Here are some facts straight from the farm.
Commissioners in Bannock County, Idaho, have voted to uphold private property rights.
We're not managing wolves; we're managing people for the sake of wolves.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber will suggest legislation to create a framework that will allow conventional and GMO crops to coexist. The devil will be in the details.
California's Proposition 2 has already cost egg farmers and consumers.