What you can do: Tell your elected officials you want agricultural programs to subsidize safer, smaller, more diversified farming operations.
What you can do: Shop smart to keep harmful chemicals out of your body and out of our environment.
What you can do: Grow your own organic garden; supplement what you grow with organic food from your local farmer's market and supermarket.
What you can do: Buy food labeled USDA organic or GMO free; be wary of processed food containing corn and soy ingredients.
What you can do: Continue buying organic food; try growing some of your own veggies during the growing season.
What you can do: Instead of buying your meat from supermarkets, buy directly from small, local farmers who use sustainable practices.
What you can do: Bring food security to your neighborhood with your own organic victory garden; find sustainable farmers in your area and buy direct.
What you can do: Support organic growers that nix the use of harmful agrichemicals.
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What you can do: Buy or grow organic food, and use natural weed killers in your own yard.