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  • Universities lag on organics

    Montana’s land-grant universities have so far shown little interest in promoting organic agriculture

  • Organics and biofuels bring independence

    More Montana farmers are starting to raise oilseed crops and produce their own biofuels to save on energy costs

  • Californians take a stand on GE crops

    Activists in Butte County, Calif., have put a genetic-engineering ban on the ballot, but some farmers fear it could also ban a tried-and-true "mutagenic" variety of rice

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