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Truefood Network

http://truefood.org.au/  Australia’s first GE canola harvest – Greenpeace   Australia currently has limited labelling laws for genetically modified (GM) foods. That’s where the Truefood Guide comes in handy. The Guide rates food brands and products as Green (non-GM), Orange (phasing out GM ingredients) and Red (may contain GM ingredients). This ... Read More »

Australia’s first GE canola harvest – Greenpeace

Australia’s Second GE canola harvest – Greenpeace http://www.greenpeace.org.au “We all thought this crop would not be going into the food system, but obviously it is,” says Australian farmer Juliet McFarlane. In 2008, the first genetically engineered (GE) crops were harvested in Australia, and already there is evidence of GE seed contamination. ... Read More »

Australia’s Second GE canola harvest – Greenpeace

Truefood Network: Empowering consumers, farmers and chefs for a GE-free Australia   CategoriesAustralia’s first GE canola harvest – Greenpeace http://www.greenpeace.org.au “We all thought this crop would not be going into the food system, but obviously it is,” says Australian farmer Juliet McFarlane. In 2008, the first genetically engineered (GE) crops were ... Read More »

Milkwood Permaculture Courses

Milkwood Permaculture provides world-class education in Permaculture and Regenerative Agriculture. Their unique, best-practice courses and workshops give you the skills and confidence to create permanently sustainable systems. Students leave the courses ready and able to design & implement a better future for their families, farms and communities. Courses are run at ... Read More »

Celebrity gardener Costa visits Ballarat school

WITH an enormous beard and even bigger personality to match, celebrity gardener Costa Georgiadis was king of the kids yesterday. Visiting Caledonian Primary School for the official launch of the school’s radical permaculture design, he toured the school grounds and looked over the grand plans for the school. The school ... Read More »

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