Community Rights/Rights of Nature

Childhood Exposure to Glyphosate Linked to Liver Inflammation and Metabolic Disorder

Childhood Exposure to Glyphosate Linked to Liver Inflammation and Metabolic Disorder Editors Note: Wine industry #1 user of the herbicide. Sustainable Pulse, long term research study reports: “New research from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health in the U.S. shows that childhood exposure to the world’s most widely used weed killer, glyphosate, is linked […]

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Pesticide Action Network: What’s On Your Food Database

Pesticide Action Network: “What’s On Your Food Database” EASY TO USE, shows bee toxins, carcinogens, neurotoxins, hormone disruptors, hormone and reproductive toxins by food. CLICK BELOW FOR DATABASE: What’s On My Food? :: Pesticides On Food (whatsonmyfood.org) Pesticides …on our food, even after washing; …in our bodies, for years; …& in our environment, traveling many

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EU Pesticide Action Network: Alternatives to Glyphosate that are Economically Feasible

Weed management: Alternatives to the use of glyphosate Weed management: Alternatives to the use of glyphosate | PAN Europe (pan-europe.info) While the use of synthetic pesticides in agriculture has helped to increase food production, this has occurred at great cost to the environment, natural resources, and human health. The 2017 United Nations (UN) report of

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3-2 Vote Again…usual Supervisors vote for status quo

Well Ordinance that needed to be updated was foiled once again by the “usual suspects” Gore, Hopkins and Rabbitt in favor of status quo and gift for wine industry to keep on pumping our public resources for their profit. (Remember before 1970 no grapes were watered of course lower yields and less $ for the

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Friends of the Eel: PG&E Admits Scott Dam Faces Serious Seismic Risks

Friends of the Eel River: PG&E Admits Scott Dam Faces Serious Seismic Risks WWW: Eel River diversions play a major role in keeping water running year-round to the Russian River. Anything that happens on the Eel has big impacts on Sonoma County. Greetings Friends, Have you heard the latest news from PG&E? The company appears

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Wild Oat Hollow: A local Success Story to support

Regenerative ag model and grazing services for fire prevention….. Wild Oat Hollow HOME (wildoathollow.com) A small family farm located in Sonoma County, CA.  We produce fresh organic produce, breeding stock, fiber and eggs.  Our farming methods improve the soil, produce animals that are hardy and strong, and work with the natural environment.  All of our

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