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While Max Baucus and Jon Tester are both Democrats, both U.S. senators and both Montana country boys, last month’s hurried vote to fund nearly $1 trillion of current federal spending shows just how different these Big Sky legislators really are....
NEWPORT BEACH — Chanelle Sladics posed a question to second- and third-graders at Newport Elementary School Thursday morning. "Are you guys excited to plant some seeds?" Sladics, the pro snowboarder, asked the kids. "Yes," the 23 Newport El...
Tags: Sports, Hobbies, Organic Foods, Gardening, Elementary Schools
Check out this Mother Jones story about how Monsanto has managed to boost its stock prices by selling more genetically modified corn seed and the pesticide that kills everything but that particular type of crop. The fascinating part is the fact that...
Tags: Food Industry
WASHINGTON -- When authorities got wind of a demonstration planned for Monday outside the Food and Drug Administration's offices in College Park, Md., they fortified their defenses. A motorcycle and nine police vans, ominously marked "Homeland Security,...
What is your exact role at G-Zen? Executive Chef. Summarize the food for someone who's never been there. Upscale vegan food. Are people ever scared to eat vegan? All the time – people get concerned about vegan food. I usually refer to...
ReutersCHICAGO (Reuters) - Increased salt consumption may be a key culprit behind rising rates of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, researchers reported on Wednesday in a trio of papers looking at the role of a specific class of cells linked with...
Tags: Vitamin D, Salt, Inflammation, Diabetes, Diseases and Illnesses
Maryland's competition for startup companies — with three grand prizes of $100,000 each — was narrowed to nine finalists Monday. The companies, based largely in Baltimore and Montgomery County, were part of an original field of nearly 260...
The parents of a Naperville boy with Duchenne muscular dystrophy are hoping sales of a product they invented and recently launched will help provide research funds and renewed hope for him and others with the rare disorder. Marty and Geri Karlin have...
ReporterWith Roanoke's Bagpipe Band Warpipe leading the way, it started with a hint of Roanoke's St. Patrick's Day parade, but the similarities quickly disappeared as the colorful caravan made its way up Campbell Avenue. The Marginal Arts Festival Parade...
John Fendley, a.k.a. Farmer John, compiled for L.A. at Home a list of the top heirloom seeds that Southern California gardeners are ordering this season through his Sustainable Seed Co. Fendley, whose company is based near the Mendocino National Forest,...
Tags: Radishes, Tomatoes, Media Industry
Gevo, the company that converted a Luverne, Minn., ethanol plant to make high-value alcohol for chemicals and plastics, declared victory over a competitor on March 21 in the first of 15 patent lawsuits over its genetically engineered yeast and other...
Billings, Mont. -- “We are outraged that Congressional friends of the big meatpackers and big seed corporations stuck two policy changes that hurt farmers, ranchers and consumers into a bill that Congress had to pass to prevent a government shutdown....
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