Digest: GM backlash, DC farmers, wine & swine …

United Press International: Protesters — or "mowers" — attack genetically modified cornfields in France. Heads up: a good-looking recipe for spiced cornbread is included at the end.

SLO GE Free: A group of San Luis Obispo County, CA, citizens report on the health effects of genetically engineered crops on their community.

Washington Post*: A look at the individual farmers who make the Washington, D.C. area's array of markets very satisfying places to shop.

East Bay Express: Slow Foodies gather to aid Katrina-plagued New Orleans chefs ... but mainly to enjoy some wine & swine.

Shropshire Star: The young brother and sister who recently saved their dad's organic Fordhill Farm (several of us Ethicureans are now part-owners) are tasting celebrity. The two will face off on BBC Two’s Ready Steady Cook.

New York Times*: The Yurok and Karuk tribes in California and the Klamath tribes of Oregon demand the removal of several hydroelectric dams blocking salmon from returning home to spawn.

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