Steve Marsh’s trial is scheduled to start on the 10th of February, 2014. You might not have heard of Steve Marsh yet but this man could lose everything to protect your right to eat GM-free food. Steve is an organic farmer from a farming community South of Perth in Kojonup, Western Australia and in 2010, the state government of Western Australia lifted the ban on GM canola, allowing for the commercial cultivation of this GM crop for the first time. As a result many farmers, including Marsh’s next door neighbour, began growing GM canola. Subsequently, Steve found GM canola plants spread over much of his farm, containing seed. 70% of Steve’s farm was contaminated and he lost his organic certification. In a world first, he is suing his GM neighbour for damages and if he wins he not only protects his right to grow clean GM free organic food, he also protects our rights to eat GM free foods.


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2 Responses to “Landmark Case: GMO Contamination of Organic Farm Spurs Lawsuit”

  1. Abe says:

    Good for Steve!! Time to play hard ball by there rules!! Farmers are starting to see GMO products are not welcome world wide!! What better reason for a global ban!! Cross contamination is the real deal!! Time to rid Monsatan, and there ilk from the earth!! Death to Monsatan!!

  2. phantomius says:


    that is the least we can do, all of us !!!