Below is a list of organizations who are working on GMO issues. We also have a list of print and electronic material, as well as videos, as resources to help you learn more about GMOs.
- Center for Food Safety
- Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance
- Food & Water Watch
- Just Label It Campaign
- Participate in Non-GMO Month (October)
Print and Electronic Material
- Acres USA
- CA Right to Know: Prop 37
- Center for Food Safety: Genetically Engineered Foods (also has an app for iPhones and Android smartphones – see our page What Can I Buy?)
- Cornucopia Infographic – shows which companies opposed your right to know about GMOs, and which ones supported Prop 37.
- Food & Water Watch: Genetically Engineered Foods
- Garden Plot: When Nature is No Longer Natural – this article provides a timeline and further details as to how Monsanto changed from being just a chemical company to being the number one producer of GMO seed.
- GMO Database – this is a European database, but it provides a wealth of information as to what foods have been found to contain GMOs.
- Institute for Responsible Technology: GMO Education
- Local Harvest – shows a map of local “farmers’ markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown foods in your area.”
- Non-GMO Project (also has an app for iPhones – see our page What Can I Buy?)
- Non-GMO Shopping Guide (also has an app for iPhones – see our page What Can I Buy?)
- Organic & Non-GMO Report
- Organic Seed Alliance
Dr. Oz speaks out against GMOs – in a 3-part video series, Dr. Oz leads an investigation to find out if genetically engineered foods are safe, and he gives tips on how you can protect your family.
NOVA/Frontline series Harvest of Fear – this program is dated, but it provides a good background on the rise of GMO foods.
- Part One – Intro to GMO creation of papaya
- Part Two – From papaya to other crops, how Monsanto moved from chemicals to GMOs
- Part Three
- Part Four
- Part Five
- Part Six
- Part Seven
- Part Eight
- Part Nine
- Part Ten
- Part Eleven
- Part Twelve