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We monitor the increasingly corrupt relationship between corporate agribusiness and government regulators that has eroded the working definition of organics.

Working with our intelligence agents around the country, we are protecting what we have built together.

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A message from OrganicEye leadership: Mark Kastel, Terry Shistar, and Jay Feldman —When it comes to preserving organics as an alternative to the chemical-intensive farming and food production system that is destroying our environment and health:

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OrganicEye’s Kastel on Home Officing and Coronavirus

OrganicEye’s Kastel on Home Officing and Coronavirus

Being all sequestered at home now, here is an interesting story on home technology and a bit of nice ink for OrganicEye and Beyond Pesticides in Wisconsin’s largest-circulation newspaper (the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). The reporter is a long time business and agricultural journalist who I’ve worked with for at least a quarter-century (now being furloughed by Gannett one week per month—newspapers, that were already struggling, are in crisis because of an instant drop and ad revenue as a result of so many businesses beings shuttered).

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From the Gumshoes at OrganicEye

From the Gumshoes at OrganicEye

Organic Industry News

OrganicEye’s Kastel on Home Officing and Coronavirus

OrganicEye’s Kastel on Home Officing and Coronavirus

Being all sequestered at home now, here is an interesting story on home technology and a bit of nice ink for OrganicEye and Beyond Pesticides in Wisconsin’s largest-circulation newspaper (the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). The reporter is a long time business and agricultural journalist who I’ve worked with for at least a quarter-century (now being furloughed by Gannett one week per month—newspapers, that were already struggling, are in crisis because of an instant drop and ad revenue as a result of so many businesses beings shuttered).

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The stereotypical large farms of today’s agriculture are not unsustainable because they are large, they are large because they are managed unsustainably. They are unsustainable because they are managed ‘extensively’ – meaning they rely more on land and capital and less on thinking people.

Dr. John Ikerd

Emeritus Professor, University of Missouri

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