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Rene and Lorraine van Raders
rvraders at tpgi.com.au
Sun Jan 18 14:03:05 EST 1998
> From: BILL DUESING <71042.2023 at compuserve.com>
> To: Rene and Lorraine van Raders <rvraders at tpgi.com.au>
> Subject: organic standards
> Date: Friday, 16 January 1998 5:58
> From: "Rene and Lorraine van Raders" <rvraders at tpgi.com.au>
> To: <71042.2023 at compuserve.com>
> Who can we complain to get this horrific legislation stopped?
> Cheers from Rene van Raders, Australia
> Here is the address for accessing and commenting on the proposed organic
> standards and the address for a discussion list serve. I hope this is
> useful. Thanks for your interest.
> Best regards,
> "Re the Organic Standards Proposed Rule. The full text of the rule will
> be available on the Web at the AMS web site at following URL:
> No date is given but: [It was posted Dec. 16 & is downloadable either in
> text or acrobat (.pdf) form. There are 2 separate files - the one
> publish in the federal register and the complete proposed rule].
> " The proposed rule will be published in the Dec. 16 Federal Register.
> Comments must be received by March 16, 1998. Interested persons are
> invited to submit written comments to: Eileen S. Stommes, Deputy
> Administrator, Agricultural Marketing Service, USDA, Room 4007-S, Ag
> Stop 0275, P.O. Box 96456, Washington, DC 20090-6456. Comments also may
> be sent by FAX to (202) 690-4632 or via the Internet through the
> National Organic Program homepage:
> If you want to subscribe, send mail to
> organic-certification at listserv.oit.unc.edu
> with the following request:
> subscribe ORGANIC-CERTIFICATION <Your_e-mail_address> as given in your
> mail program.
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