Please join us for the the Local Food Rights Campaign Kickoff!
After a long couple of years stuck in court, Support Local Food Rights can now collect signatures!!
Bring your picnic basket, blanket, and join us in the park!
- Learn about the Local Food System Charter Amendment and the campaign
- Volunteer for the campaign
- Get trained to collect signatures
- Meet new people, have some food, and enjoy a little music
Monday July 20th
Charnel Mulligan City Park (On the corner of Charnelton and 17th)
We hope to see you there!
Monsanto now has control over as much as 90 percent of seed genetics on the planet. Why does this matter?
Watch this humorous, entertaining, and chillingly accurate 5-minute video to find out. Then tell everyone you know.
Thomas Linzey on the importance of protecting our local food system
Thomas Linzey in Eugene - We the People Rising up!
Why do we need local food rights?
Farmer Joel Salatin explains in Sowing Dissent
Lunatic Farmer Joel Salatin Digs In
by Tracy Frisch
Thanks to his appearances in documentaries like Food, Inc. and Michael Pollan’s 2006 best-selling book about our food choices, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, Joel Salatin may be one of the most well-known farmers in the United States today. Yet his successful, innovative, dirt-under-the fingernails agricultural practices are far from the norm in this country.