FARMERS and food industry representatives have rallied outside the office of primary industries minister David Basham in response to his decision to knock-back all requests from SA mainland councils to remain GM food crop-free. Managing director of Gawler’s The Food Forest permaculture farm and supporter of the Keep SA GM-free Coalition, Graham Brookman, called the […]
GAWLER Council has joined the growing list of South Australian councils which want to remain free of genetically modified (GM) crops.
LIGHT Regional Council will not apply to have its area made genetically modified (GM) food crop-free but will seek protection for the wine
A MAJORITY of Playford Council residents are against genetically modified (GM) crops growing in the area, according to a public consultation survey.
GAWLER Council has back flipped on spending $20,000 to commission a report into growing genetically modified (GM) crops in the town, with one councillor saying the plan was nothing more than a “feel good gesture”.
GAWLER Council is set to spend $20,000 to engage an external consultant to investigate the economic implications of growing genetically (GM) modified crops in its jurisdiction.
GAWLER’S primary producers are almost split on whether to keep the council area as a genetically modified (GM) crop-free zone into the future.
A PUBLIC consultation process is currently underway in relation to Genetically Modified (GM) crops being grown in the Barossa.