Statewide March against genetically modified seeds includes Asheville

Here’s the press release from the North Carolina News Service:

RALEIGH, N.C. – On Saturday, thousands of North Carolinians will start their Memorial Day weekend by speaking up against an international company. The March Against Against Monsanto is taking place in seven cities in the Tar Heel state and 243 other cities around the world. Monsanto makes genetically modified seeds, and protesters feel the company is using unfair business practices while it tries to grow the use of genetically modified foods. (contd.) Podcast and entire story available:

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