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January 2004 to December 2004

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#226: December 2004 TOC
Upstream Ethics: Brewster outlines our basic position on biotechnology

#225: November 2004
Planting trees for peace: : Kenyan Wangari Mathai wins the Nobel prize

#224: September 2004
Open-Pollinated Corn: an article by Susan Hundertmark on the positive experience of an Ontario farmer with open-pollinated corn

#223: August 2004
Safe Food? We look at the degradation of Hallowe'en into a commercial event as a sign of changes in the food system

#222: July 2004
A Personal Note: Brewster and Cathleen celebrate 40 years of marriage and
common work

#221: June 2004
Court Confusion: Brewster analyses the Supreme Court decision in the Monsanto-Schmeiser case

#220: April/May 2004
Privatisation and the Public Domain: Brewster reflects on the shrinking
public domain and announces an initiative to address it.
Avian Flu: Cathleen suspects that industrialization of the poultry industry
is at the root of the problem.

#219: March 2004
The Cargill Serial/Cereal episode# lost track

#218: February 2004
Argentina: the last Roundup - how Roundup Ready soy is destroying Argentina's
  agriculture, ecology, and economy

#217: December 2003/January 2004
Corruption:
    Part 1: Parmalat  - one of the biggest corporate scandals in history
    Part 2: Ignacio Chapela denied tenure
    Part 3: cosy relationship between UC David and seed industry,
        AgCanada and Monsanto