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Misc. News : Letter to Editor Last Updated: Apr 20, 2011 - 9:38:09 AM


You can help grow organics
By EWG
Jun 12, 2007 - 6:13:29 AM

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You can help
Grow Organics

sign the petition today

Sign our petition to help Grow Organics.

TAKE ACTION

Dear Supporter,

Are you satisfied with having just 3% of the fruit you eat free of potentially dangerous pesticides? How about 2% of vegetables? Or less than 0.02% of corn?

Right now, those are the percentages of organic produce available in grocery stores. The EWG Action Fund is working with Congress to make sure organic farmers get their fair share of federal funds to improve access to healthy alternatives. You can help right now by signing our Grow Organics petition.

Despite terrific gains in organic farming, the numbers are just too small to lessen agriculture's impact on public health and the environment. By signing the petition, you will be urging Congress to:

  • Improve your family's access to safe food that is free of harmful pesticides and hormones.
  • Help more farmers make the transition to organic farming.
  • Level the playing field for the organic industry by devoting a fair share of resources to organic pest control and crop nourishment.

Click here to add your voice to the Grow Organics petition. We will deliver the petition and thousands of signatures to the House and Senate Agriculture Committees. As Congress rewrites the Farm Bill, members need to hear from thousands of concerned citizens across the country demanding an increase in organics funding -- add your voice today.

Thanks for helping us grow organics.

Ken Cook
President

P.S. After you sign the petition, remember to spread the word to your friends to generate grassroots support for safe, pesticide-free produce. With your support, we can continue to expand safe, healthy produce options for families everywhere.





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