Can Chemical Abortions be Linked to Midwestern Agriculture?

April 6th, 2009

by Lynda Waddington

“Sometimes you can drive in rural areas and see a big pro-life sign and and right behind it will be a farmer spraying chemicals that might very well be linked to reproductive problems.” Steingraber speaks to the Iowa Independent in advance of her lecture at the University of Northern Iowa. Read the article

Sometimes you can drive in rural areas and see a big pro-life sign and right behind it will be a farmer spraying chemicals that might very well be linked to reproductive problems,” she said. – See more at: http://iowaindependent.com/13611/can-chemical-abortions-be-linked-to-midwestern-agriculture#sthash.9wB1T1QM.dpuf
“Ecologically, we are linked together,” she said. “That’s why I called my book ‘Living Downstream’ — to point to how the things we do in one place affects people in ecological communities and farming downstream.” – See more at: http://iowaindependent.com/13611/can-chemical-abortions-be-linked-to-midwestern-agriculture#sthash.9wB1T1QM.dpuf
“Ecologically, we are linked together,” she said. “That’s why I called my book ‘Living Downstream’ — to point to how the things we do in one place affects people in ecological communities and farming downstream.” – See more at: http://iowaindependent.com/13611/can-chemical-abortions-be-linked-to-midwestern-agriculture#sthash.9wB1T1QM.dpuf
“Ecologically, we are linked together,” she said. “That’s why I called my book ‘Living Downstream’ — to point to how the things we do in one place affects people in ecological communities and farming downstream.” – See more at: http://iowaindependent.com/13611/can-chemical-abortions-be-linked-to-midwestern-agriculture#sthash.9wB1T1QM.dpuRead the full article.