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July 22: March for Public Education in WA DC

SATURDAY, JULY 22, WASHINGTON, DC – March For Public Education – Washington DC Official Event 07/22/17 – 10:00 am – 2:30 pm Washington Monument Washington. March for Public Education: To promote public education through peaceful demonstration and action. Vison: Public Schools will be … Read More

March on WA DC for Science; Tell USDA “NO” for Organic Checkoff; Indivisible Team Action Update; Ban Pesticides NOW

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March on Washington DC for Science on April 22nd The ‘March for Science’ will be held in Washington, D.C., and satellite marches will be held in other cities, much like the Women’s March the day after the inauguration. The march stands for science … Read More

April 11 & 12: Consumer Federation of America’s 40th Annual National Food Policy Conference in WA DC

For the 40th year, the Consumer Federation of America will host the Annual National Food Policy Conference in Washington, DC on April 11 & 12, 2017. The event explores timely issues facing consumers, the food industry and government. Among the … Read More

March 31: Revolution for Truth March

Friday, March 31, 2017 Revolution for Truth: March for truth about environmental toxins, unsafe food and vaccine risks. •    Vaccine Court in front of the White House (Lafayette Square) at 8 a.m. •    Protest at the National Press Club (529 … Read More

March 10: Standing Rock and Native People’s March on WA DC

Global Call to Action // The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and Indigenous grassroots leaders call on our allies across the United States and around the world to peacefully March on Washington DC. We ask that you rise in solidarity with … Read More

Food Policy Keeps Up; Washington DC Food Tank Summit Inspires; NYC Bodegas Protest; EPA Reports Smudged; Biodiversity Improves Standards

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Civil Eats Describes Food Policy Today “With policy changes taking place at breakneck speed in Washington, there is no certainty with respect to laws that have made the U.S. food system safer, healthier, and more sustainable. The only certainty is that … Read More

Urban Agriculture and The Next Farm Bill Symposium

The GW Sustainability Collaborative’s annual symposium brings together policy makers, academics and practitioners to identify current scientific findings and future research questions in the field of sustainability. This year’s conference will focus on the forthcoming 2018 Farm Bill. The event … Read More


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