Join me to take back organic!
There have been some massive changes to the official definition of what can be labeled ‘organic’. The USDA decided that hydroponically grown produce can now be labeled organic.
I signed a petition telling the administrator of the National Organic Program to protect the organic standards and not allow hydroponics in organic.
Can you join me and sign the letter?
Hydroponics often rely on the use of toxic materials like Styrofoam and plastics that contain harmful chemicals, flame-retardants, and phthalates. That’s what we and our organic farmer allies call ‘fake’ organic.
For me (and I think you’ll agree) organic means food that is grown in a way that is good for the eater, good for the farmer and good for the future. And this is the key – organic means so much more than the absence of chemicals. It means that we are also regenerating the earth, building community and supporting farmers.
If you rely upon organic food for your health and that of your family, as I do, please sign the letter as a first step to ‘take back’ organic.
Tell Jenny Tucker at the National Organic Program, who administers the certification standards, that if it’s not in the soil it’s not organic.
“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – Bucky Fuller
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