“Seeds are the memory of life” Isaura Anduluz
Judge Sides with Monsanto; Ridicules Farmers Right to Grow Food Without Fear, Contamination and Economic Harm
Posted by Lisa on February 27, 2012
New York, New York – On February 24, Judge Naomi Buchwald handed down her ruling on a motion to dismiss in the case of Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association (OSGATA) et al v. Monsanto after hearing oral argument on January 31st in Federal District Court in Manhattan. Her ruling to dismiss the case brought against Monsanto on behalf of organic farmers, seed growers and agricultural organizations representing farmers and citizens was met with great disappointment by the plaintiffs. Read more »»»
I love this! What a creative idea the Dutch have come up with. It’s almost as cool as the Forest Schools in Norway. I’m sure it’s quite nice living in these progressive nations that are moving into the 21st century with new creative and innovative ideas instead of moving backwards into the dark ages.
It’s been said that the most important lessons in life are not learned in the classroom, and perhaps in no place is that more true than in the Netherlands where the act of heading to school is itself so enriching. In an age of rising gas prices and skyrocketing cases of childhood obesity, Dutch educators have devised a wonderfully positive way to get kids to and from school — by letting them pedal there themselves on a brand new fleet of bicycle buses. Read more »»»