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Much movement in the right direction is thanks to groups like Food and Water Watch and American Farmland Trust. (in No Turkeys Here)
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Anne Bertucio, Activist, Portland, Oregan
I volunteer for Food & Water Watch because I get to have a real impact on important campaigns. I know that every time I come out to help out at a table, a public event or activist meeting that what I’m doing is really making a difference.
Marianne Scrivner, Homemaker, Eugene, Oregon
Food & Water Watch does an excellent job of keeping tabs on the food safety issues I care about. It would be a full-time job to stay updated myself. Their petitions are simple, to the point, and easy to share.
Elise Zuidema, Midway, KY
I long ago stopped believing that most corporations and politicians had the good of the public in mind. We need independent groups like Food & Water Watch to raise awareness and advocate for ethical, environmentally positive laws.
Cassandra Nguyen, CMA, Vadnais Heights, MN
I support Food & Water Watch simply because I have a family and want them to be healthy, happy and do not want anyone to take advantage of them.
Tricia Sheldon, Mom, Activist Singer/Songwriter, South Florida
I am passionate about protecting our planet mother earth, clean food and water for all people! I support Food & Water Watch because they help me to stay informed on the issues that are important to me.
Mel Newburn, Fairwood, WA
I turn to FWW for information that I can’t seem to get elsewhere. They keep me updated on ways I can support issues that matter to me, like the labeling of GE foods, and also helps me make more informed food choices.