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Stories by Rebekah Wilce
Rebekah Wilce is the lead writer for the Center for Media and Democracy's Food Rights Network.
Hawaii Is Ground Zero in the National Fight Between Huge Agribusiness Companies and a Public That Wants No Part of GMO
Posted on: Jun 12, 2014, Source: PR Watch
The big agricultural companies are exerting their influence in Hawaiian politics through their donations to political candidates.
Under Pressure, Whole Foods Agrees to Stop Selling Produce Grown in Sewage Sludge
Posted on: Jan 16, 2014, Source: PR Watch
Sewage sludge has been shown to contain pharmaceutical residues and many more filthy, toxic substances.
Regulators Crack Down on Micro-Dairies, But Small Farmers Fight Back With Local Food Sovereignty Ordinances
Posted on: Dec 8, 2011, Source: AlterNet
From Maine to California, regulators are trying to push laws meant for mega-dairies and agribusiness on small farmers, but the farmers have another idea.
Why Is a Farmer Who Sells Extra Milk From His One Cow to Neighbors Being Sued By the State of Maine?
Posted on: Dec 7, 2011, Source: AlterNet
The lawsuit also challenges a 'local food and community self-governance' ordinance.
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