This is the page for links to news articles of interest.
•Senate Passes repeal to "Anti-Organic"
•Agrochemical Sales Flat in 2002
•New Survey Indicates Strong Grain Elevator Concern Over GE Wheat
•COALITION APPLAUDS USDA DECISION TO WITHDRAW MEAT LABEL CLAIMS
•The Heartland Wrestles With Biotechnology 4/25/03
•Sask farmer wins hearing from Supreme Court in patent battle with Monsanto 5/10/03
•Neighbors of Vast Hog Farms Say Foul Air Endangers Their Health from the NY Times 5/11/03
•Grocers sued over artificial color in farmed salmon Seattle P.I. 4/24/03
•BUSH ADMINISTRATION ISSUES GAG ORDER ON EPA DISCUSSIONS OF POSSIBLE
ROCKET-FUEL TAINTED LETTUCE
WOLF IN SHEEPS CLOTHING - Former Cargill exec put in charge of ag in Iraq
•LOWELL REPORT: TOXIC CHEMICALS CAN CAUSE CHILDHOOD CANCER
Dolores Huerta May 16th at 6 pm in Library Lobby.
Tuesday, May 20, 2003 - Japan's Sustainability Movement: Insights and Experiences featuring Randy Sadewi, more details...
Olympia Volunteers in Parks...ongoing!!
Help People for Puget Sound and Capital Land Trust Restore Critical
Shoreline Habitat! At Our Mudd Bay Restoration Site, Saturday May 17th
1-4 pm. Help stop invasive plants from taking over critical shoreline habitat For directions or more information contact: Jim Dawson in the Olympia Office at 360-754-9177.
Free Guided Beach Walk At Burfoot County Park May 18th
Come explore the pristine shoreline with People for Puget Sound’s
trained naturalists. This event is geared towards families and participants of all ages
Space is limited, To Register Contact
Jim Dawson in the Olympia Office at 360-754-9177.