A “Buffet” of Earth Day Issues to Consider from Organic Consumers Association

EARTH DAY ALERT (Thanks to my friend Honey Friedman for keeping me posted!)

Want to Do Something?

“You may never know what results come of your actions, but if you do nothing, there will be no results.” – Mahatma Gandhi

On April 22, the world will “celebrate” Earth Day again. Do you have plans for the day? Can we help?

Whether you’re headed to a local Earth Day celebration, community event or demonstration . . . or whether you’ll be stopping by your farmers’ market or local co-op, you can use the occasion to help spread the word about the plight of the honeybee, Monsanto’s GMOs, organic alternatives, or how to fight for truth and transparency in food labeling.

To make it easier for you, OCA has some Earth Day packets with posters, leaflets, petitions, and stickers. If it’s Monsanto you’d like to draw attention to, you can choose our Millions Against Monsanto packet which contains our Millions Against Monsanto and Monsanto Makes Us Sick materials (1 poster, 15 bumper stickers and 50 leaflets each) and our Truth-in-Labeling petition.

Want to focus more on the relationship between food, agriculture and climate? We have a Cook Organic Not the Planet packet with our Cook Organic Not the Planet (2 posters, 15 bumper stickers, 50 leaflets) and Save the Bees (15 bumper stickers, 50 leaflets) materials and a sign-up for this email newsletter.

If you order now, you’ll have them in time for Earth Day. So you can spread the word. Because you never know.

Prefer to download, rather than order? Here are some of our most popular leaflets:

•  “Give Bees a Chance”

•  “Cook Organic Not the Planet”

•  “Are you eating Monsanto’s GMOs?”

•  “Monsanto Makes Us Sick “

Order your Earth Day packet

One Response to “A “Buffet” of Earth Day Issues to Consider from Organic Consumers Association”

  1. Mary-Lou Meyers Says:

    It’s a really good idea to spearhead your concerns and take action. So many of us wait for others,
    writing to voice your concerns has always been my way, but fewer and fewer newspapers exist,
    so Earth Day packets make a lot of sense. I know for Human Anti-Trafficking, we have stood
    on well-known park and crossroads in town and distributed materials to make people aware of the
    issue, and have picked up new members, who are committed as a result. Maybe your community is ripe
    for that as well as providing information in the schools and libraries and even Senior Citizen Centers.

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