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Farm Thieves Target Grapes, and Even Bees

Sgt. Walt Reed said he could tell right away that the grapes were stolen. They looked like an ordinary bunch. Except, he said, for the way they were dressed. “Usually grapes are put into plastic bags,” said Sergeant Reed, a 28-year veteran of the Kern County Sheriff’s Office. “But these grapes were just thrown in a Styrofoam box.”

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The Great Seed Robbery

The seed, the source of life, the embodiment of our biological and cultural diversity, the link between the past and the future of evolution, the common property of past, present and future generations of farming communities who have been seed breeders, is today being stolen from the farmers and being sold back to us as [...]

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Odd Things Are Happening With the Sun

The Angry Sun For months mounting fear has driven researchers to wring their hands over the approaching solar storms.

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Fracking Nightmare Destroys Small Farmers

As if we didn’t have enough problems with the fake food safety bill, a genetically modified food takeover by the USDA’s terrorist arm Monsanto, chemtrails dumping aluminum, barium, and strontium on farmland, and Japan’s radioactivity spreading across the country,

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Global Warming? This January Could Be Coldest for US since 1985

Winter has only just begun, and many people across the country are already sick of the cold. On the heels of a record-cold December, frigid weather will continue seizing areas from coast to coast through mid- to late January. Based on this forecast, AccuWeather.com Chief Long Range Forecaster Joe Bastardi says this month could turn [...]

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93-year-old woman survives 2 cold nights lost in forest

STEVENSON, Wash. – A 93-year-old Newberg woman who vanished Tuesday in Skamania County was found Thursday morning, covered in branches and leaves to keep herself warm. Sonn Souv had disappeared while her family was picking mushrooms. Search crews found her after two cold nights in the woods, deputies said.

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