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Recent Releases from Canadian Organic Growers

Camros Organic Eatery joins COG Toronto’s Off Our Plates Program

Published Sun, 21 Nov 2010 13:11:22 EST Read More

Media Release (Toronto, ON, November 20, 2010) The Canadian Organic Growers – Toronto chapter (COG Toronto) hosted an event today to welcome Camros Organic Eatery to COG Toronto’s Off Our Plates! Program. The event was held at the Camros Organic Eatery at 25 Hayden Street with Tanmayo Krupanszky, Special Projects Coordinator and former Chair of COG Toronto, Mojdeh Shams, Founder of the Camros Eatery and Heike Heinze, co-director of the Off Our Plates! Program making the a...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Organic Growers welcomes Camros Organic Eatery to its Off Our Plates! Program

Published Mon, 15 Nov 2010 10:43:19 EST Read More

Media Advisory Canadian Organic Growers – Toronto Chapter (COG) is pleased to announce that Camros Organic Eatery has joined COG Toronto’s Off Our Plates! Program. This Program is designed to educate consumers about the presence of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in their food and the alternatives to GMOs. Studies show that genetically-modified foods result in health and environmental risks such as the development of antibiotic resistance and crop contamination. In j...... Click here to read this release



Interview Opportunity - Organic food experts and activists in Toronto for one-day conference

Published Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:59:28 EST Read More

Interview Opportunity Organic food experts and activists in Toronto for one-day conference (Toronto, February 11, 2010) Canadian Organic Growers (Toronto Chapter) and The Big Carrot are hosting the Your Food, Your Choice conference on February 20th, 2010. Taking place in the University of Toronto Conference Centre at 89 Chestnut St, the conference will focus on local, sustainable food and the potential risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The following speakers ...... Click here to read this release



Canadian Organic Growers and The Big Carrot host Toronto conference on genetically modified food

Published Wed, 27 Jan 2010 09:39:21 EST Read More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Your Food Your Choice:Grounds for Change: Canadian Organic Growers (Toronto Chapter) and The Big Carrot Natural Food Market join forces to bring Toronto a one-day Conference examining the potential dangers of Genetically Modified Food. Champions of local, sustainable food initiatives come together for a one day conference to educate and empower citizens in the fight against genetically engineered foods (GMOs). WHERE: University of Toronto Conference...... Click here to read this release



Growing and Eating For Nourishment: Organic Food and Lifestyle Conference

Published Thu, 12 Feb 2009 12:55:08 EST Read More

Media Advisory Attention News/Event Calendar/Environment/Food & Lifestyles Reporters and Editors Growing and Eating For Nourishment:Nourishing the Future Join Canadian Organic Growers as we explore the emerging science behind organic growing and food. Also, hear farmers, researchers, organic certifiers, restaurateurs, retailers, local food security advocates and others discuss whether or not organic agriculture and food is nourishing us body, mind, spirit and environment. ...... Click here to read this release



Is Organic making a difference?

Published Mon, 17 Dec 2007 10:42:52 EST Read More

Food with a Vision: Visionary Farmers, Visionary Consumers Join Canadian Organic Growers as they explore how organics is making a difference. Who is making this vision real? What is your role? Hear farmers, researchers, local food security advocates and community organizations discuss the state of Canada's food system and share a positive vision for the future. Opening Keynote Address: “A Visionary County” Helge Hellberg, Marin Organic Marin County (Cali...... Click here to read this release