By Christophe Noisette
In the European Union, only eight countries (out of 27) commercially grow GMOs. Cultivations, however, decreased steadily since 2009, except in Spain and Portugal this year, where there is a slight increase. A brief overview of the different official data is collected below.
This video features a recording of the Declaration read by students of Peñasco Middle School and Roots and Wings Charter School in 2010.
By New Mexico Acequia Assn.
1. Whereas, our ability to grow food is the culmination of countless generations of sowing and harvesting seeds and those seeds are the continuation of an unbroken line from our ancestors to us and to our children and grandchildren.
Posted in Biotechnology, Economics, Environment, Genetically Engineered Food, organic, Peasants, Farmers, Ranchers
Tagged genetic contamination, genetic engineering, genetic pollution, Honor Our Pueblo Existence, New Mexico Acequia Assn, NMAA, organic, save nm seeds, seed sovereignty, Tewa Women United, TNAFA, traditional agriculture, traditional farming, Traditional Native American Farmers’ Association, transgenic crops