From: scott fuller [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 1999 2:30 AM
Subject: New open forum on biotechnology in agriculture
(Apologize for cross listings while simultaneously spreading the word):
Please share this with your local groups (especially universities) or
individuals who may be interested. Thanx. Scott
Introducing a new listserve on biotechnology in agriculture and foods.
(Incepted 4/15/99-currently over 90 on list from all over the US and the
A group of Cornell students has formed around the issue of genetically
modified organisms (GMO), particularly pertaining to agricultural
commodities and foods. The list welcomes all views but may mostly be engaged
in informing ourselves, the greater community and Cornellians on the
potential concerns of GMOs in agriculture. Postings are preferred which deal
with biotechnology in agriculture. Otherwise, the range and complexity of
information could be overwhelming.
This list is created by a new group of active Cornell students called:
People for Responsible Biotechnology in Agriculture. The group is not
limited only to students. Cornell faculty and staff, researchers, farmers,
and community members are invited to participate in this open forum.
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