URGENT! Oregon ready to allow planting of GM Canola in Willamette Valley. Call Today!

Posted August 9, 2012
In a decision that poses an immediate threat to Oregon’s seed growers and organic vegetable producers, the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) has fast-tracked the approval of canola production in Willamette Valley.  On Friday, August 10, the ODA – in response to the biofuel industry – intends to file for a temporary rule to allow the growing of canola, including genetically engineered canola, in a previously designated protection zone surrounding Willamette Valley.   Read more and take action.