Celebrating Spring By Attending GMO-Free Festival
(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 30, 2015 ) Foley, Alabama -- On the Saturday of May 23, 2015, the event will be held in Christie Pits Park located in Toronto, Canada.
The festival's main objective is to increase consciousness about the environmental and health hazards caused by GMO products, promote facts about Non-GMO products, and empower the society to take responsibility and action within their communities.
Last year's celebration counted approximately 3,000 people who all participated the event. The event was a huge success, building connections between Elise LeGrow performs at the GMO-Free Festival and Farmer's Market held at Christie Pits in Toronto concerned citizens, organic products, farmers, local non-GMO and organic providers, musicians, researchers, defenders, and heirloom seed freedom warriors, working together within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The participating groups are aiming to apply positive change around GMO (genetically modified organisms).
One of the Coalition's missions is to protect farmer's livelihoods, promote healthy lifestyle for everyone, build more access to heirloom products and pesticide-free food, freedom from corporate and legal threats, and heirloom seed sovereignty.
In the US, last December 27, 2014, Judy Pickett who is a supporter of non-GMO products posted a message on a feedback section at Amazon related to a GMO-free product that she got to start a backyard heirloom gardening.
She stated: "I was so very, very pleased with our multitude of seeds we received. I'm a new gardener and didn't really know how all this would turn out but it's all so very simple. These vegetables must be as fresh as Adam and Eve..."
This individual is an example and the type of personality that the coalition tries to develop within the society.
There are numerous case studies document the negative effects of artificial ingredients, chemical pesticides, or GMOs on food. As a result, herbicides like skyrocketed 15 more times since GMOs were introduced worldwide. GMO also affects the farmers who are being sued for growing heirloom products on their own backyard. GMOs therefore pose a threat to the freedom of farmer sovereignty and even to the national food securities of any country, including the United States. The coalition promotes self-sustaining activities and one good example is backyard organic gardening. New gardeners were excited about this. Today, access to non-GMO is increasing, more and more individual promotes non hybrid products.
About Victory Gardens
Victory Gardens came from a long line of Gardeners and Farmers. The family inherited the trait of Gardening and promotes 100% Non-GMO vegetables and Non-Hybrid Seeds.
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