Month: March 2023

Pumping $1 million into Colorado Springs Mayoral race – Drying up precious farmland for urban sprawl

Developer says Colorado Springs mayoral race will cost $1 million, supports Wayne Williams COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) — 13 Investigates has uncovered ties between the most powerful developer in the area, Norwood Development Group, and the mayoral race in Colorado Springs. Norwood Development Group is behind a confidential plan to pump $1 million into candidate…



Product of the US media release-FINALLY! Thanks to Will Harris for starting this journey.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Carrie Balkcom Executive Director, American Grassfed Association carrie (303) 591-3978 American Grassfed Association Applauds USDA’s Proposed Rule on "Product of USA" Label Claim American Grassfed Association celebrates USDA’s proposed rule to limit the “Product of USA” label exclusively to meat, poultry, and eggs derived from animals born, raised, slaughtered, and processed…



AP: Made in the USA? Proposed rule clarifies grocery meat labels – A big win for U.S. producers and consumers!

Made in the USA? Proposed rule clarifies grocery meat labels By JONEL ALECCIA today FILE – In this photo made on June 16, 2022, rows of fresh cut beef is in the coolers of the retail section at the Wight’s Meat Packing facility in Fombell, Pa. Federal agriculture officials on Monday, March 6, 2023 released…



Globalist End Game: Taking Over Farmland in the US, EU and Ukraine; Family Farms Slammed

Globalist End Game: Taking Over Farmland in the US, EU and Ukraine; Family Farms Slammed By Robert L. Baker March 3, 2023 (EIRNS)–Three reports have been released recently that document how a massive interlinked corporate system is consolidating control over farmland in the high-tech production regions of the USA and the EU, and in Ukraine…



Farm Action News Roundup: How the Big Farms Get Bigger

lus: We’ve still got egg prices on the brain. FARM ACTION FOCUS: HOW THE BIG FARMS GET BIGGER Between natural disasters, extreme weather, pest infestation, disease, high input costs, or low commodity prices, risks abound that can swiftly tank farming operations. That’s where U.S. farm support programs come in. Yet, these insurance programs have insidious…