GMOFFL is raising money to print t-shirts to help us create awareness events, campaigns to get GMOs Labeled in Florida! One of our leading sponsors, Heal the Planet, has agreed to match any donations received for the next 30 days up to the value of $2,500. Any donation is appreciated!
We need your help! Put your money where your mouth is and donate any amount to help us towards our goal of a safe food supply for everyone!
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CALL TO ACTION
Contact the Florida Keys Tourism Board and tell them Genetically Engineered mosquitoes are bad for tourism. Tell them you won’t be vacationing in Florida if they release GE mosquitoes. 855-969-5216
READ MORE: Florida needs our help. GE mosquitoes have been shipped to Florida and pending approval, could be released in the Keys. British biotech company, Oxitec, is set to release experimental genetically engineered mosquitoes in Key Haven, Florida as early as this year. Proper environmental impact studies have not been performed. Claims that these mosquitoes are only male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, are unable to reproduce or will control dengue fever are either completely false or unsubstantiated. In actuality, instances of dengue fever rose in Brazil where Oxitec performed a test release. Also, thousands of biting females will likely be released. Once they’re out, there is no recall!
SIGN the Petition: Click Here
READ this backgrounder on GE mosquitoes: Click Here
READ New Study Pokes Hole in GMO Mosquito Plan: Click Here
READ Brazil Announces Dengue Fever Emergency in GM Mosquito Trials Region: Click Here
READ Food & Water Watch Friends of the Earth U.S. Click Here
FLORIDA CALL TO ACTION: Florida GMO labeling bills are being IGNORED.
For the bills to move forward the House Ag & Natural Resources Subcommittee Chair and the Senate Ag Committee Chair need to call these bills up for vote. Florida residents have the right to demand that these bills be voted on.
CALL, SHARE AND MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD:
Senate Ag Committee chair (SB416):
Sen. Bill Montford (850) 487-5003
House Ag & Natural Resources Subcommittee Chair (HB351):
Rep. Tom Goodson (850) 717-5050 toll free until Saturday or (850) 717-5050
WE NEED TO KNOW IF IT’S GMO! @TGoodsonFLHD50 #Florida #labelgmos #HB351 #SB416 #SenBillMontford #RepTomGoodson #needtoknowgmo #freedom2chooz #gmofreeflorida #gmofreeusa
Both House and Senate Bills have be re-introduced!!
Huge thanks to Representative Michelle Rehwinkel Vasilinda and Senator Jeremy Ring for reintroducing our House and Senate Bills.
Please support mandatory GMO labeling in Florida. Click Here
4th Resolution Passed with City of Margate to Label GMO
City of Margate unanimously passed the 4th resolution in support of Labeling GMOs in Florida! Special thanks to Mayor Simone, Vice Mayor Ruzzano, and Commissioner Le Peerman!
Thank you to our community of amazing volunteers!!!
City of Ft. Lauderdale Passes Resolution to Label GMO
Thank you to the Fort Lauderdale Commission for embracing a local resolution to label GMOs!
A huge shout to our community of amazing volunteers for helping make this happen!!
Here is to a wonderful 2015!
BIG Shout & Thank you to ‘Heal the Planet’ for your support of GMOFFL!
Their partnership is instrumental in the GMO Labeling fight.
Heal The Planet is an online community committed to real and lasting healing for the planet through the cycle of offering its consumer the best organic, green, and sustainable products available on the market – and then “recycling” 100% of the profits back to charitable foundations similarly dedicated to healing the planet.
BREAKING NEWS 2!
City of Miami Beach supports 2nd local resolution in FL!
A BIG THANK YOU!! To Mayor Philip Levine, Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Grieco, Commissioner Joy V.W. Malakoff, Commissioner Ed Tobin, Micky Steinberg for Miami Beach Commission, Jonah Wolfson, Deede Weithorn & CITY OF MIAMI BEACH!
City of Hallandale Supports Consumers ‘Right to Know’ GMO Labeling in Florida Including a ban on overuse of antibiotics in livestock.
Hallandale Bch, FL – September 3rd, 2014 – The City of Hallandale Beach became the first city in Florida to unanimously pass a resolution in favor of GMO labeling AND a resolution supporting a ban on the overuse of antibiotics in livestock.