An Australian organic canola farmer has identified genetically engineered (GE) seeds on two-thirds of his arable land. There’s a formal investigation underway and the farmer is planning to sue to recoup financial damages. This is the first lawsuit of its kind in Australia. The organic standards there include zero tolerance for GE material. This case will be one to watch. More here
Kristina (Kiki) Hubbard is the director of advocacy and communications for Organic Seed Alliance. She currently leads efforts to promote policies and actions that support organic seed systems, including managing OSA’s State of Organic Seed project.