In a historic act of common sense, Wyoming’s governor signed a bill that would allow farmers and producers of local food to directly sell that food to consumers who want it – avoiding the bureaucratic mess that exists and makes it nearly impossible for people to ‘legally’ do […]
There’s something awesome about being on the frontier of globalization – with the opportunity to see trade increase amongst individuals all over the world while improving the standard of living and quality of life of millions of people who have struggles much worse that most of us in […]
Monsanto, the large multi-national agriculture and chemical company that is known well for its genetically modified products and Round Up Ready super-pesticides, now has America’s government’s okay and approval for a new round of genetically-modified soybeans and cotton. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has given Monsanto […]
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Tisha Casida Interviews Joel Salatin, from Polyface Farms 1. Community Supported Agriculture Don’t buy products – INVEST in the Farm! When we aren’t actually engaging in “commerce”, then we can avoid being criminals for choosing local food. Many laws are NOT about FOOD SAFETY, they are about ACCESS […]
In sometimes having a law that “aims to ensure” the safety of something, one may find themselves the victim of bureaucracy, and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) of 2010 certainly has the ability to create victims out of small farmers and producers who must attempt to follow […]
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Screen Shot Taken from the GSA Website – Red highlighting has been added by me. By: Tisha T. Casida Why on earth would an agency charged to “regulate” agriculture need machine guns? Or any guns for that matter? Isn’t there something horribly wrong with this picture? Can you imagine farmers and […]