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Non-GMO Farm Wars T-Shirts

Barbara H. Peterson on February 1st, 2014

Farm Wars

BarbTired of wearing GMO clothing? Want to get Monsanto off your back? FarmWars will be partnering with Nick Brannigan to offer you the Farm Wars line of organic, non-GMO cotton T-Shirts, emblazoned with the Farm Wars logo and other original graphics from the site.

Non GMO Apparel was started by non GMO advocate Nick Brannigan.  Nick is the host of Health ConspiracyRadio and author of the free eBook, I’m Eating WHAT?!?: The Health Risks ofGenetically Modified Food and 10 Real World Solutions to Avoid Them.

Nick started Non GMO Apparel as a way to show opposition to GMOs in public without speaking a word and, more importantly, to further withdraw support from Big Biotech.  A lot of people know which food choices to make to “vote with their dollars”, but a lot of people have no idea that most clothing is made from GMO cotton.  In fact, it never ceases to amaze Nick that non-profit groups who fight for a GMO free food supply offer shirts made with GMO cotton in exchange for donations!  Literally, accepting money to stop GMOs by giving you a product that supports GMOs!

You also help the environment by purchasing Non GMO Apparel.  Not only by not supporting Bt-cotton (which hurts bees and other insects) or Roundup Ready cotton (which supports the heavy use of glyphosate), but our inks are water based and safe enough to pour down the sink. Nick Brannigan


So, take a look around Nick’s site, and keep your eyes open for Farm Wars. Here is a graphic depiction of what one of the shirts will look like:



For more information go to Farm Wars

By | 2016-12-07T09:37:52+00:00 February 2nd, 2014|Activism, Education, Main|6 Comments

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  1. John Rambo February 2, 2014 at 4:49 pm

    I love it. But again … create a new country wherein we don’t allow chem trails, gmo, fluoride, or any of this nwo bs : The Confederate States Of America. If you DON’T do this, everything else you try to do to save America is a waste of time.

  2. Marcia new February 2, 2014 at 5:16 pm

    Good for you! I’m glad someone is fighting against the skull and crossbones industry! Keep it up!

  3. Country Codger February 2, 2014 at 6:09 pm

    Hello Dave, Barbara and Nick,
    I don’t know if you guys know who J.I. Rodale and Bob Rodale were but they were great guys. Mr. (J.I.) Rodale was, if nothing else, a realist, sometimes to the point of almost embarrassing his son Bob (Robert). I don’t know if you knew Allen Chadwick or not but he was amazing. On the most inhospitable piece of soil in San Jose California he grew a small paradise. Bob only met him once and because of Allen’s gruff exterior Bob missed a real blessing. Most people don’t remember or even heard of Allen but many know the name of John Jeavons who, in my opinion, so as not to get you into trouble, was a cheap knock off of Allen. I have indeed lived a blessed life to have known some great men. Until we resolve to return to the way God intended man to exist, to cultivate the soil in harmony with nature and grow his own food, the planet will never know peace.

    God bless you and yours.

  4. Matthew Distefano (@the59pub) February 3, 2014 at 7:16 am

    $32 for a tee shirt? No thank you.

  5. steve morris February 3, 2014 at 12:01 pm

    sell them at a more reasonable price and I am all in!

  6. Robert February 3, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    Before the bad guys come for you, contact me and I’ll repay your patriotism, wisdom and insight with a refuge for you and yours.

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