Join us for a Breakfast Meeting with Farmers
Farmers will share why they need agri-tech and answer the concerns about issues raised by the Monsanto Tribunal activists.
Time: 14 October 2016, 9:00 to 10:30
Place: The Globe Conference Centre in The Hague, Netherlands
This breakfast event will take place just before and just next to the launch of the Organic Consumers Association’s anti-Monsanto People’s Assembly and fake tribunal.
The Monsanto Tribunal is a contrived PR stunt to try to further destroy the public trust in the conventional food chain. In opposition to that, The Risk-Monger and March Against Myths NL will bring farmers to The Hague to explain why agri-tech is essential for farming and to address concerns about modern agriculture.
Breakfast will be served from 8:30 compliments of the Risk-Monger. Participants will be offered both organic and non-organic pastries so they can do their own taste-test.
Register for this event
Places are limited. To register, please go to this page.
Donors will receive a transparent break-down of the event’s expenses.
Tell OCA’s Cummins what you think!
Use the form below to express why you feel agri-tech is important. While in The Hague, I will deliver them personally to Ronnie Cummins.
David Zaruk, The Risk-Monger: Introduction
Ganesh Nanote, Indian Bt Cotton farmer
Joni Kamiya, Hawaii Farmer’s Daughter, GM Papaya
Olly Harrison, UK Cereal farmer
Dr. Willi Kremer-Schillings, German sugar beets, OSR farmer
After the Voice of Farmers event, a short presentation will be made on the Monsanto Tribunal’s witnesses and quality of their claims. A press kit will be made available.