Ann Clark is a researcher and professor at the University of Guelph. Her web site includes several essays, papers and conference talks on agricultural biotechnology and the Canadian regulatory system.
A non-profit group of gardeners from coast to coast who save seeds from rare and unusual garden plants for the purpose of preserving the varieties. Seeds acts as a living gene bank.
SEHN is concerned with the wise application of science to the protection of the environment and public health. SEHN is also a think tank for the environmental movement, framing concepts and ethical considerations that give direction to the movement in North America and internationally. The web site includes a series of essays on biotechnology.
(BEC) is a not-for-profit organization with the mandate to grow the biotechnology sector in Canada by educating students, teachers, and the general public about the field of biotechnology; and participating in outreach activities that increase public awareness of biotechnology
The Ram's Horn, a monthly journal of food systems analysis, dissects the dominant system, reporting on the activities and analyzing the strategies of transnational agribusiness and governments. It deals with the issues and dangers posed by biotechnology in general, and genetic engineering in particular, at every level of the food system.