From the Press Release:
“Every Washingtonian should have access to the information they need to make an informed decision about the food they buy and feed their families. We invite you to attend these community discussions about genetically engineered foods. We encourage you to vote YES on Initiative 522 in the General Election on November 5, 2013.”
Feisty Farmer from Iowa, Howard Vlieger Explains Genetically Modified Organisms from a Farmers Perspective
A third generation family farmer and student of the soil, Howard is a crop nutrition adviser, and has founded two companies to help farmers reduce their dependency on chemical based farming.
– Sept. 12: Gordons Grange, 302 E. Yelm Ave., Yelm WA 98597, 7 p.m.-9 p.m. (sponsored by Yelm Cooperative)
Gutsy Grandmother from California, Pamm Larry on the Importance of Washington States I-522
Come hear the initial instigator of Californias Prop. 37 describe what happened in 2012 when California voted on labeling GMOs. Corporations that profit from Genetically Engineered foods spent over $45 million in California to confuse voters with misinformation. They are using the same playbook here in Washington state.
– Sept. 17: Gordons Grange, 302 E. Yelm Ave., Yelm WA 98597, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. (sponsored by Yelm Cooperative)
Volunteers for I-522 are a group of grassroots organizers from around Washington state dedicated to building awareness about GMOs, the importance of labeling food, and providing opportunities to become involved.