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Common Ground
Country Fair

September 23, 24 & 25, 2016

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Vendors open until 6:00 on Friday and Saturday, 5:00 on Sunday.

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Organic and Sustainable Agriculture News
Chipotle Scarecrow commercial is haunting, brilliant for organic ingredients (Video)
Orlando News Examiner - 9/14/2013.
By Danny Cox - Chipotle wanted to accomplish something with their newest advertising campaign, and that was to let everyone know that they believe organic farming is better than conventional farming. As evident from a Forbes report on Sept. 13, 2013, the Chipotle Scarecrow is the one that the company feels is going to do that for them.
EPA Okays BPA, Rejects Public’s Right-To-Know
Before It's News - 9/13/2013.
Among several “chemicals of concern” recently removed from a list of proposed regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency, Bisphenol A, a neurotoxin and endocrine disruptor that also damages DNA, has been banned in several other nations and in eleven US states.
Genetically modified alfalfa confirmed in Washington test sample
Oregon Live - 9/13/2013.
AP - Alfalfa seed and plant samples taken from an Eastern Washington farm contain a low level of genetic modification, even though the farmer reportedly did not want to grow such crops, the state Department of Agriculture announced Friday.
The food we eat may not be providing us with the nutrients we need
The Guardian [UK] - 9/13/2013.
By Judith D, Schwartz - When it comes to eating well, the advice we get is that fresh is better than processed, fruit and veg are better than fats and carbs, and organic is best of all. But what if the food we eat is not truly feeding us?
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