New Name, Same Mission




MA Right to Know GMOs has become Regeneration Massachusetts, in coordination with Regeneration International. With the passage of the DARK Act (Denying Americans the Right to Know) last July, GMO food labeling is in the hands of the USDA. Labeled or not, however, GMO/industrial agriculture is depleting our soil, producing poor quality food (pesticide residues, reduced nutrition, allergens) while polluting the air, water, soil, our food, our bodies and driving the climate crisis.

The Regenerative Agriculture movement presents solutions to build soil health, address climate change and grow healthy and nutritious food while respecting the people that bring it to us. The millions of conscious consumers, parents and real food activists that brought GMO awareness to the forefront are now helping to reclaim and regenerate our food system.

For updates and more information, follow at Facebook.com/MARightToKnowGMOs.

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