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    Mystery Science Food 2000

    by  • November 4, 2014 • Stephyn, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    Three weeks ago the EPA approved the production of genetically modified corn that would survive applications of 2,4-d, a toxic herbicide associated with cancer, reproductive problems, and cell damage. 2,4-d is a key ingredient of Monsanto’s infamous agent orange, which was indiscriminately dumped and sprayed in rural South Vietnam, with some 12 million gallons...

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    Class # 8 (4/3) The Commons, the Public Domain and the Sacred

    by  • April 1, 2013 • Right to the City / Free School, Stephyn, Uncategorized • 4 Comments

    olympic national forest

    Part 1: Tree Huggers by Kathie Durbin, Chapter 1: The Glory Days of Logging (21-26) Chapter 2: Stopping the Juggernaut (26-33) Chapter 7 (scroll down): Loving a Place (72-77) + picture of Slade Gorton (not yet scanned) (Olympic National Forest) Part 2: The Battle of Bull Run — 1-5 Part 3: Public Assets, Private...

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    Rep. Blumenauer: Say No to Transcanada & the Portland Business Alliance

    by  • March 22, 2013 • Nicholas, No Coal, Rebel Portland, Sustainable Cities, The Shaming Room, Uncategorized • 3 Comments


    Representative Blumenauer, I stopped by your office yesterday to request, as a constituent, that you withdraw from the March 27th Portland Business Alliance members only luncheon, which is sponsored in part by TransCanada. TransCanada, of course, is the owner of the Keystone XL pipeline project which aims to transport oil from the Alberta Tar...

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