Patagonia : Unbroken Ground Film

The organic food movement is growing to meet the demand for healthy, non gmo foods, sustainable practices and regenerative farming. Over 90% of customers prefer foods grown without the use of toxic pesticides, fertilizers and/or unhealthy farming practices. Patagonia has stepped up to the plate and leading the way for other large corporate entities looking

Unbroken Ground Film Tour

Your invited to join us at the local Patagonia store for a free screening of the documentary, Unbroken Ground. Bring an organic drink or dish to share at our potluck. Join us after the 30 minute film to discuss organic farming, non gmo food movement and local efforts to reduce pesticide exposures. Panel Members are:

On Saving the Honey Bee

Gunther Hauk is the co-founder of Spikenard Farm, a biodynamic and organic honey bee sanctuary. In this video he describes some of the problems facing our honey bees and offers hope of solutions. This is a fund raising video for a DVD that Gunther will be making. He runs Spikenard Farm Honey Bee Sanctuary, a

NDOT Fails To Warn Motorists 2 4 D Ahead

NDOT broke Federal Law June 30 2016 on I 80 East at around 12:40 PM Pacific Time. Laws broken: – Spraying when temperatures were over 85 degrees – Failure to protect persons in area from pesticide drift – Spraying during time of day when pollinators are most active. – Spraying within 250 feet of a

It’s Madness to Routinely Expose Children To Poisons Just to maintain the cosmetic appearance of your lawn!

Why are people so in love with their weed killers, synthetic fertilizers, leaf blowers and pesticides? Even with all the mounting evidence that weeds are growing resistant to weed killers and insects are doing the same with insecticides… we still hold onto the “dream” that these man made chemicals will make your life easier, popular,

This Wednesday @ Reno City Hall!

From Lisa Hill – Reno, Nv Please consider submitting comments about the recent use of 2,4-D in the West Wash Dam area near Keystone Ave. for the Wednesday June 8 Reno City Council meeting. You may submit comments by: using an electronic public comment form by clicking this link. writing to the contacts below, or