George Naylor

Family [non-GMO] farmer since 1976

George Naylor has raised corn and soybeans on his family farm near Churdan, Iowa, since 1976, choosing to never raise GMO crops. He graduated from California’s first land grant university, the University of California at Berkeley and has always been involved in various organizations supporting a family farm system of agriculture. George is a member of the board of the Center for Food Safety, past president of the National Family Farm Coalition, a former member of the board of the Iowa chapter of the Sierra Club, and is active in Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement.

My Sessions

Agroecology: Grassroots Food Grown to Save the Planet

How do we ensure that everyone has access to the food of their choosing, that is healthy, delicious, affordable, fair and sustainable, in the face of globalized corporate control of our food system?  This session will discuss how Agroecology – the integration of a society’s culture with farming practices and traditional knowledge – will give […]