Planting Seeds Of Change

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This May, Denver joins other cities in Colorado- throughout the West- across the US- and all around the world, to plant the seeds of change and celebrate bees + seeds and everything in between.

Pack a picnic and bring your family to celebrate pollinators, seeds, community-based agriculture, gardening, farmers, and the healthy local foods that nourish us.

Colorado State Capitol

200 E Colfax Ave, Denver, Colorado 80203
Saturday, May 23 at 9:00am

This event features:

  • Live Music
  • Guest Speakers
  • Kids Activities
  • Bee Education
  • Seed Swap
  • Info Tables
  • Conscious Vendors
  • Much more TBA

For more info, find us on Facebook!

Community information/ solicitation spots are available:
Sponsored Booth Locations: $100
For profit Businesses: $50
Others: $30
Costs will go to cover port-a-potties, advertizing and other needs – please email: for more details.

Tell Monsanto to come clean about Roundup

Roundup (herbicide)
Roundup (herbicide) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Monsanto has spent the past three decades wrecking our environment, poisoning our bodies, and pushing species of crops to the verge of extinction with a wide array of toxic products. And Monsanto’s signature herbicide, Roundup, does all these things at once — but Monsanto has lied over and over and said that the product is perfectly safe. Yet independent research has found the chemical is creating herbicide-resistant superweeds, making a species of butterfly extinct, and disrupting normal human body functions.
Monsanto has inflicted awful damage upon the Earth and its inhabitants, but the company is finally facing significant blowback. Now, while the tide in the ongoing war of consumers vs. the agriculture giant is swinging our way, it is the time to call on Monsanto to tell the truth about the effects of Roundup.
Tell Monsanto: Stop ignoring the deadly effects of your top herbicide. Provide more information about the real effects of Roundup. 
After years of lobbying European governments to allow the cultivation of Monsanto GMO plants and seeds, Monsanto finally quit lobbying because the company could not gain support on the continent. This week, an American appeals court has prevented Monsanto from suing farmers that might inadvertently grow Monsanto laced crops.
We’re standing as consumers, shareholders and citizens of the world to say “enough is enough” and demanding Monsanto stop lying that Roundup is safe and start putting strict limits on the amount of Roundup it sells to any one area until we know more. Every day we delay is another species near extinction, another superweed created, another child who falls sick. But every signature we get brings us one step closer to stopping Monsanto from destroying our planet with Roundup — and showing Monsanto that we won’t let it continue leading us down that path of destruction.
Monsanto: Stop lying that Roundup is safe and put strict limits on its use.

More Information:

How Monsanto Went From Selling Aspirin to Controlling Our Food Supply, AlterNet, 18 April, 2013
Heavy use of herbicide Roundup linked to health dangers-U.S. study, Reuters, 25 April, 2013
Monsanto’s Roundup Shown to be Ravaging Butterfly Population, Natural Society, 6 March, 2012