Steve Marsh – Ethical & Organic Business Supporters Page

These businesses have thrown their support behind Steve Marsh. We urge you to support them in return!

gold star

Gold Level Supporters $5000 or above

Silver star

Silver Level Supporters $2000 up to $5000

  • Soil Association UK
  • Lettuce Deliver – specialises in the delivery of top quality Certified Organic, Australian Grown Fruit & Vegetables as well as Certified Organic Meats, Chicken, Milk, Fresh Breads and thousands of Groceries.
  • Canadian Organic Growers
  • Flannery’s – natural and organic supermarket
  • SOTA Instruments Inc. – SOTA offers natural health products for personal use. The products use microcurrents, colloidal silver, pulsed magnetic fields, ozone, light and healthy frequencies.
  • Blue Moutains Food Co-operative Ltd –  They provide high quality food and eco-friendly products to members and the local community – $2500

bronze star

Bronze Level Supporters $500 up to $2000

Copper Level Supporters $250 up to $500

8 Comments

  • Christina Free February 8, 2014 at 10:56 am

    I really hope this case succeeds. It is high time these so-and-sos were taken down. Not all of us want our food (or anything else for that matter) to be genetically engineered. We are losing too many of the natural biodiversity to the financial benefit of essentially one company.

    I am sorry I am on disability support and not in a financial situation to support your case but you have all my sympathy and anything else I can give.

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  • Candelo Bulk Wholefoods Co-op February 10, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    Hi there,

    We are a Not-For-Profit Workers Co-operative running a small retail business suppling Bulk Dry Goods, Sundry Stock, Dairy and Fresh Food.
    We prioritise Organic and Biodynamic options where possible for a number of reasons and see our customers really value being able to make choices around what they are purchasing, and feeding their families.
    By supporting Susutainable farming practices we are actively contributing to a reduction in the carbon foot print left by the Agricultural industry.
    Clearly there was inadequte testing and planning around the introduction and ongoing management of GM crops though it’s not to late to have those conversations and carry out those tests.
    The Australian people, and indeed people around the globe, have a right to know what they are eating.
    Hopefully Steve Marsh’s case will continue to get thorough media coverage and the issues at hand get the attention and consideration required to make informed choices about the future of Organic, Conventional and GM farming.

    Good Luck Steve!!

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  • Jackie February 10, 2014 at 2:55 pm

    I have just sent a donation for Steve and will also support the companies who have donated.

    I having been following the coverage on Steve’s case and it seems that there is wide-spread ignorance on the (many) downsides of GM seeds. The only question usually asked is “Is GM food safe to eat?” and there is almost no discussion on the long-term implications if multi-nationals are allowed to “own” the patents for the seeds of many food crops.

    Most of the comments on social media are of the “GM crops will save the starving millions” variety.

    I feel that a major campaign is counter the Monsanto spin is required…..

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  • Bob Phelps February 15, 2014 at 9:40 pm

    Thanks and best wishes to these supporters. but where is the rest of the organics industry that has its credibility and livelihoods at stake in the outcome of this case.

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  • White May 25, 2014 at 7:14 pm

    It is important that farmers like Marsh are protected from having their legitimate livelihoods compromised by GM contamination. It appears that Baxter knew full well of the consequences of his planting near Eagles Nest and did not take reasonable steps to prevent this contamination.

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  • jeannette munoz June 2, 2014 at 1:38 pm

    I noticed that there was no WA places mentioned here , that we can support , which have given support to this . Are there any ?? .

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  • Organic Babe and Kids Wear June 2, 2014 at 9:24 pm

    What is wrong with people
    This has to be stopped and our farmers protected – it’s that simple and crucial for us and generations to come

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  • Aster & Oak June 14, 2015 at 1:14 am

    I hope this worked out in the end and you raised enough

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