After years of fighting against companies like Monsanto, we finally have labels for GMO foods in Vermont. But our work’s not done.
Browse our stories, victories, and the facts behind our work to see how we're making an impact together.
In a historic landslide victory, a grassroots coalition of concerned locals blocked Nestlé, the world’s largest food and beverage company, from bottling their water. Senior Northwest Organizer Julia DeGraw reflects on this astonishing win.
On April 12, the Prince George's County Council voted unanimously to ban fracking. Now it’s time for Maryland to ban fracking entirely.
Public lands and national parks are precious to us. Here’s why we need to protect them so urgently.
How activist Lani Miller has been building community to protect California’s water.
In Colorado, we fought together for a safer and healthier state, and will continue fighting for a better world for all -- one free of fracking.
In the nation’s produce basket, some water districts are selling oilfield wastewater to farmers, putting a huge portion of our fruits and vegetables at risk of contamination.
Big Food companies claim GMO labeling would drastically increase food costs for American families. But independent studies show otherwise.
Over 60 countries—including all countries in Europe—require GMO labeling. Why has the US fallen behind?