Running For a GMO Free USA Schedule

After being on the road for over two weeks,we are excited to–finally!!!–announce our run schedule. We are now fairly confident that–knock on wood–we can maintain a 20 miles/day, 6 days/week running schedule from now forward. If–knock on some more wood–that turns out to be true, then the following schedule should be fairly accurate. Keep in mind that we can travel off the run path–north, south, forward or backward in our trusty 1998 Ford truck to participate in GMO Free events as needed. We are available for GMO Free presentations, book signings, seed swaps, pot lucks, etc. We welcome opportunities to speak with the media, and we are actively seeking opportunities to interview farmers, scientists, etc. who have strong GMO related positions, whatever those positions might be. We love vegetarian home cooked meals and welcome the opportunity to stay with people when possible. We regret that we can’t meet with everyone, but we look forward to meeting with as many people as possible as we run for a GMO Free USA.

Thank you for your ongoing support of our run and mission. If you feel inspired to make a tax-deductible donation, please do so here. Thank you so much!

Run Schedule

Huntington Beach, CA, Jan 18, 0 miles

Riverside, CA, Jan 23, 48 miles

Twentynine Palms, CA, Feb 1, 144 miles

Needles, CA, Feb 8, 273 miles

Kingman, AZ, Feb 11, 320 miles

Flagstaff, AZ, Feb 21, 487 miles

Gallup, NM, Mar 3, 673 miles

Albuquerque, NM, Mar 12, 821 miles

Tucumcari, NM, Mar 24, 1021 miles

Amarillo, TX, Mar 31, 1148 miles

Borger, TX, Apr 3, 1197 miles

Wichita, KS, Apr 22, 1523 miles

Mansfield, MO, May 9, 1810 miles

St. Louis, MO, May 20, 2011 miles

Springfield, IL, May 26, 2106 miles

Indianapolis, IN, Jun 6, 2298 miles

Columbus, OH, Jun 16, 2466 miles

Washington DC, Jul 10, 2864 miles

Philadelphia, PA, Jul 18, 3000 miles

Atlantic City, NJ, Jul 21, 3061 miles

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8 Responses to Running For a GMO Free USA Schedule

  1. Albert Desrosiers says:

    You two have a hell of a schedule. I don’t think I could run 20 miles a day 6 days a week. I’m sure your run is going to raise a great deal of awareness for the GMO cause.. Good luck on your journey!

  2. Julie Clark says:

    Is there any Marches in Maine? Specifically Augusta, ME? I think there should be sincwe it’s the capitol of Maine. Please let me know what I could do to help.
    Thank you for all you do.
    Best Regards, Julie Clark

  3. Emrys says:

    St. Louis, Monsanto’s Lair ‘o’ Doom? Awesome!

    May the Force be with you!

  4. I see you will be near Springfield, il on May 20th and I am having a march against monsanto in urbana, illinois on March 24th. I’d love to speak with you.. you are a true inspiration! !!!! I only hope that more people awaken with the knowledge to do better because as Maya Angelou said.. If you know better, you do better. And I want everyone to know to do better! Great job guys! Keep fighting the good fight!!!

    Valerie Purdy
    Purdyv315@gmail.com

    • Brett Wilcox says:

      Hi Valerie,
      Thanks for your kind words! We’re committed to speak at the St. Louis March Against Monsanto. We may have to drive back for it, but so be it. Please tell me how your march turns out.

  5. Valerie purdy says:

    Whoops… May 24th is the march against monsanto! !! My bad!

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