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Sunny Isles Beach Investigating Herbicide Use After Resident Complaints

8 months ago by Jessica Lipscomb
City leaders are investigating a contractor's alleged use of Roundup.
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Five Ways Miami Screwed the Environment in 2019

8 months ago by Manuel Madrid
Through negligence and neglect, Miami politicians and businesses have allowed for dirtier waters and dying coral reefs.
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How Monsanto Is Terrifying the Farming World

7 years ago by Chris Parker
Percy Schmeiser was a farmer. Shortly after the Monsanto company introduced genetically modified (GM) canola plants to Canada, Percy Schmeiser was a farmer facing a lawsuit. After hearing that GM crops could potentially increase yields, three farmers in Schmeiser's region planted fields of Monsanto's seed. Winds pushed pollen from GM...
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Lady Casa's Five Reasons to Hate Monsanto

7 years ago by Kat Bein
Being a PLUR warrior isn't just something you do at 2 a.m. in a dark club, it's a 24/7 job. You've got to awaken people to a higher consciousness and use your powers for good at every moment possible, even if it means marching on a couple hours of sleep...
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International Fight Against GMO Giant Monsanto Comes to Miami

5 years ago by Trevor Bach
On its website Monsanto, the St. Louis-based biotech corporate giant, calls itself a "sustainable agricultural company" that's focused on empowering farmers and conserving natural resources. An advocacy group says the company is an evil "Biotech Bully" with a "dastardly plan to lie and cheat its way to more profits and power." ...
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Screw Monsanto, Grow Your Own Veggies on the Patio With Earthbox

7 years ago by Hannah Sentenac
Hard as we try, it's tough to avoid Big Ag. Even if we stick to whole foods (the actual eats, not the store), most of the produce aisle is GMO-ridden. And living in this densely populated paradise, it's unlikely most of us have access to garden plots. Enter Earthbox, the...
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Odorless Onion, Sunions, Now Available at Publix

2 years ago by Zachary Fagenson
There is no movie scene that reveals the plight of women and cooks better than one in the 2009 film Julie & Julia, in which Julia Child, played by Meryl Streep, sets to dicing cases of onions after being bullied her first day at the Paris cooking school Le Cordon Bleu.
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Reader Mail: Don't Let Monsanto Own Our Food Chain

Farm Fears Resist before it's too late: Your piece about the mounting fears over Monsanto's outsize influence ("Monsanto Menace," Chris Parker, July 25) is excellent, but you omitted the latest coup d'état in the works by the biotech juggernaut. In its determination to leapfrog over opposition to its tactics and...
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The Best Things to Do in Miami This Weekend

3 years ago by Taylor Estape
The best way to spend your weekend May 19 to 21.
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Miami This Week

3 years ago by Taylor Estape
Thursday Sometimes people need to be bribed into looking at art. But if the prospects of looking über-cool, getting free drinks, and being immortalized through art after becoming a painter's lover aren't enough to lure you to your nearest gallery, the Chocolate and Art Show has another angle: free treats...

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