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Last day of the tour

Posted Oct. 28, 2011 / Posted by: Eric Hoffman

Friday, October 28, 2011

Whew! After four-plus days of non-stop action here in Atlantic Canada, our tour is starting to slow down. We just had our last meeting this morning with the local government, and we have the rest of the day off to relax and discover Newfoundland!

I wanted to take this time to thank all of you who have been reading the blog and ask you to check back next week for a summary of my thoughts about the trip. Blogging was an experiment for me, but it has been a great opportunity to write about our travels for our friends and colleagues back home.

This trip has been invaluable for our genetically engineered salmon campaign. I am excited to return home and keep our fight going to ensure the AquaBounty frankenfish (and all genetically engineered foods) do not threaten our environment, our health or our right to a healthy, sustainable, and just food system that we all deserve.

Until next week,
Eric

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