The French Parliament passed a law prohibiting genetically modified maize from being grown anywhere in the country due to environmental and health concerns.
After valid concerns about cross-contamination between GMO and non-GM crops, Canada has decided to delay the release of RoundUp Ready, GMO alfalfa.
The Netherlands has passed a measure which bans the non-commercial use of glyphosate, determined to protect the general public from toxic herbicides.
Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts gathered in Colorado and Washington at concerts, rallies, and trade shows to celebrate 4/20 celebrations.
Ontario-based doctors recently published the potentially promising treatment results of cannabis oil on a 14-year old girl diagnosed with aggressive cancer.
China has refused at least 8 shipment of US corn since mid-November after testing found a strain of genetically-modified corn not yet approved for import.
New start-up companies have reportedly unveiled plans to start drone deliveries of medical marijuana, but could this really happen?
Recent research has found that Monsanto’s RoundUp is 125 times more toxic than glyphosate alone, the main toxic ingredient in Monsanto’s RoundUp herbicide.
Oregon farmers are standing firm against Monsanto’s attempt stall measure 15-199 which would ban genetically modified crops in Jackson County.
A recent investigation has found that many tea brands contain concerning levels of pesticides – here are some teas to stay away from for your health.
Just 3 months after Colorado voters allowed marijuana legalization, Denver is enjoying a 14.6 percent decrease in crime from the same time last year.
Breaking News: Vermont’s Senate has passed a bill to require mandatory labeling of foods sold in Vermont that contain genetically modified organisms.
The DEA believes Angela Kirking’s shopping for fertilizer and supplies made her a very serious subject for investigation, leading them to raid her house.
Walmart has just announced that it will be offering packaged organic foods at the same or comparable prices as non-organic foods for affordability.
California is a primary food producer in the U.S. The state is also experiencing intense droughts, which will result in higher food prices everywhere.
Also evidenced in Colorado, two recent studies suggest that access to marijuana actually leads to decreased rates of some of the most serious crime.
The US Sentencing Commission has voted to slash prison populations by the thousands annually by decreasing federal drug-related sentences.