pesticides

Blog entry | Nov 15 2017

Farmers have a number of practices in their “toolbox” to grow all the nutritious fruits, vegetables and grains our diets rely upon. But the use of pesticides is not well understood.

Blog entry | Apr 19 2017

News stories and day-to-day conversations about the use of pesticides to protect our food supply can easily get misconstrued and leave us feeling confused about the safety of the foods we eat.

Blog entry | Oct 11 2016

When it comes to pesticides, there is a lot of debate in the media about what is true and what is false. Once and for all, let's debunk some of the most common myths about pesticides.

Blog entry | Oct 05 2016

Have you read or heard about pesticides lately? Are you interested in learning more?

Blog entry | Aug 02 2016

A new study from a European farm organization highlights just how important crop protection tools – like insecticides,

Blog entry | May 31 2016

Fourth in an occasional series.

Blog entry | May 03 2016

A few months back at a family reunion, my mom and I seriously considered hiding the orange juice from the rest of our relatives.

Blog entry | Apr 12 2016

It’s that time of year- The Environmental Working Group released its annual “Dirty Dozen” list today.

Blog entry | Nov 18 2015

From supermarkets to farmers markets, Americans can enjoy hundreds of nutritious, fresh and high-quality fruits and vegetables. In order to provide such a plentiful food supply, conventional and or

Blog entry | Jun 24 2015

We’ve seen some pretty crazy language about farming, pesticides, and our fruit and veggies.

Blog entry | Jun 23 2015

Updated November 12, 2015 with additional information under #2.

Call it the straw that broke the camel’s very, very overwhelmed back.

Press Release | Mar 20 2015

Recent publications by the International Agency for Research on Cancer and Consumer Reports question the safety of consuming conventionally grown fruits, vegetables, and foods containing crops grow

Blog entry | Mar 20 2015

Once again, Consumer Reports is making some pretty questionable claims about our food.

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