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Educational Event about the Dangers of GMO's, with Author Jeffrey Smith

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 613 Riversville Rd Greenwich CT 06831  See map

You Are Cordially Invited to Join us for an Evening Benefiting The Institute for Responsible Technology! 

Jeffrey Smith with Tara Cook-Littman after presenting at the CT State House in March 2012

Celebrate the Non-GMO food offerings available in CT from organic chefs and restaurants from around the state such as Catch A Healthy Habit,Health in A Hurry,Bakery on Main, Du Soleil, JUST FOOD,Green & Tonic,Double L Market, and Natures Temptations!

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Join us to honor Jeffrey Smith, Wednesday August 8th at 7:30PM, at the Greenwich Audubonin in Greenwich, CT, for all he is doing to raise awareness about GMOs throughout the world.  There will be wine tasting and raffle prizes!

Jeffrey Smith is the Executive Director for the Institute for Responsible Technology and the international bestselling author and GMO expert. Jeffrey Smith has worked in more than 30 countries on 6 continents, and is credited with improving government policies and influencing consumer-buying habits.

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Jeffrey will speak about active movements throughout the United States and the world to label GMOs and to educate consumers about what they are eating.  He will also cover:

  • The latest news about his California Tour
  •  Discuss his upcoming film Genetic Roulette - The Gamble of Our Lives
  •  The latest GMO news
  •  How to increase GMO awareness
  •  GMO resources

All proceeds will benefit the
Institute for Responsible Technology

Business casual attire

The event will be held at:
Greenwich Audubon
613 Riversville Road (at the intersection with John Street)
Greenwich, CT 06831
203-613-8813

The Institute for Responsible Technology is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization. Therefore, donations to the Institute are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

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 We look forward to seeing you at this fundraiser!

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