I don't understand why people have so much against GMO technology. To me it is FANTASTIC - it is way of changing the plant modifications from decades to years.
yes - if big corporations use it to sell seeds that can't naturally re-plant themselves next year, that is bad, but the tech has so many possibilities.
I find it so sad organic food can't have GMO, since I really think that is the way to produce food on a big scale without pesticides.
In summer, we get our food from a local CSA (community supported agriculture), and it is organic, but they are not certified. As rjblue said, so many of the regulations does not actually make sense for a small farm. Part of doing this is not only the organic/local aspect, but the community aspect. You go there and pick up your veggies, they have a u-pick garden with chard and herbs, and a children's veggie patch where you can pick squash and carrots with your kid. I think it is important for kids to know where the food comes from, and we don't have a garden where we can grow veggies.
so there, now I wandered completely around and off topic in a few short sentences....