|Can U.S. eliminate invasive species by eating them?|
The Washington Post - 5/25/2014. By Ramit Plushnick-Masti - It seems like a simple proposition: American lakes, rivers and offshore waters are filling up with destructive fish and crustaceans originally from other parts of the world, and many of them are potential sources of food.
|Edible insects slowly crawl into mainstream U.S. dining|
Journal Sentinel (Milwaukee) - 5/24/2014. By Karen Herzog - An up-and-coming protein source [a cricket] is tucked in an alphabetically organized display of novelty candies at Allô! Chocolat in Waukesha, alongside the Chiclets and Cinna-sticks.
|We are the soil|
The Asian Age - 5/24/2014. By Vandana Shiva - The claim that the Green Revolution or genetic engineering feeds the world is false. Intrinsic to these technologies are monocultures based on chemical inputs, a recipe for killing the life of the soil.
|Oregon Counties Ban Genetically Modified Crops|
Statesman Journal (Salem, Oregon) - 5/24/2014. By Gosia Wozniacka - Residents of southern Oregon's agriculture-heavy Rogue Valley have voted to ban genetically modified crops from the area, setting up the next stage of a fight that has gained widespread attention.