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Reclaiming the future of food and farming
  • Monsanto finally pays up

    Bayer, following its acquisition of Monsanto, will pay up to $10.9 billion to settle nearly 100,000 individual lawsuits alleging the glyphosate-based herbicide Roundup causes cancer. Learn more

  • Farmworkers have always been essential

    The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but especially for essential farmworkers, who have been some of the hardest hit. Learn more

  • Yet more GE seeds? No thanks, Monsanto.

    Right now, the USDA is considering a request from Monsanto to approve a new GE corn seed engineered for use with five — yes, five — different herbicides. Learn more

  • In win for farmers, court blocks dicamba use

    In a win for farmers across the country, a federal appeals court ruled that the herbicide dicamba could no longer be used in “over the top” applications on soy and cotton. Learn more

  • PAN statement in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter

    PAN stands in solidarity with the Black community and protesters across the country, demanding justice and calling for an end to systemic racism and oppression. Learn more

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USDA: Reject Monsanto’s new GE seed

Monsanto is seeking approval for a new GE corn seed engineered to tolerate applications of five chemicals.

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This is big news. Bayer, following its 2018 acquisition of Monsanto, will pay up to $10.9 billion to settle nearly...

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The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone, but especially for essential workers. Farmworkers have been...

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For years now, pesticide industry giants have been peddling their genetically engineered (GE) technology kits:...

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Last week, a federal appeals court ruled that the herbicide dicamba could no longer be used in “over the top”...

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