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Want to know how you can make your voice heard about sustainable food, agriculture and animal welfare? Check out all of our monthly actions and lend your support!

Take the Sustainable Shopper Seafood Challenge!

Greenpeace's Sustainable Shopper Seafood Challenge will show you how sustainable your seafood purchases are and how to make even better choices to help ensure a fish-filled future for us all.

Take the Better Burger Challenge!

Take the Better Burger Challenge when you grill your burgers! Go for an all veggie burger or try a veggie and sustainably raised beef blend. Help make the iconic hamburger into a force for a healthier, more humane and more environmentally responsible food system!

Pro-GMO? Or Pro-Right to Know?

The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and its members spent nearly $400 million over the past four years to defeat mandatory GMO labeling laws. Buycott has assembled a list of products from companies that fought against your right to know. Find out if your favorite organic brand is on the list!

Cut Back on Plastic Bags: Make Your City a Bag It Town

We use plastic bags for everything, from carrying our groceries to carrying our lunches to bagging trash, and most of those bags don't get recycled. Instead, they end up littering the environment and harming wildlife. But you can cut back on bag waste. Read on to learn about making your city a Bag It Town.

Say No to Routine Antibiotics in Meat Production!

As owner and operator of over 1,500 restaurants serving over 320 million meals per year, Darden Restaurants is in a position to take major steps to reduce antibiotic use. Tell Darden: "No more meat raised with routine antibiotics!"

Support Family Farmers with Farm Aid!

On September 17, 2016, Farm Aid hosts its annual concert in Bristow, VA. Since 1985, Farm Aid has raised more than $50 million to support programs designed to keep family farmers on the land. Dig in and support our family farmers by donating to Farm Aid today!

Invite Your Elected Officials to National Farmers Market Week!

August 7-13, 2016 is National Farmers Market Week. The US Senate and House of Representatives will not be in session that week, so this is the perfect opportunity to invite your elected official to visit your local market and share the importance of farmers' markets to the nation's food system and to your community!

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