By Heather Callaghan, Editor Got zero space? Got zero time? Got wine bottles strewn over the floor after your last drunken fiesta? Good news – you can “grow” from that! Urban Leaf has just introduced the “world’s smallest gardens” on Kickstarter. The idea is for people who like to “upcycle,” grow their own food, but have little space […]
The brilliant Dr. Robert Weiss did something completely unheard of in the medical community. He sold his medical practice and decided to teach the importance of diet and nutrition in health by opening a “Farmacy”. Dr. Weiss believes that we all need to change our focus for medicine and health and reconnect with the basic […]
I recently snapped a photo from an advertising circular that was delivered to my home, proudly promoting Monsanto’s ‘probably carcinogenic’ Round Up, on sale no less, at a local hardware store. While US garden and DIY stores are still selling cancer-causing poison in a jug, a German retail giant will no longer carry glyphosate-containing products […]
Georgia police raided a retired Atlanta man’s garden last Wednesday after a helicopter crew with the Governor’s Task Force for Drug Suppression spotted suspicious-looking plants on the man’s property. A heavily-armed K9 unit arrived and discovered that the plants were, in fact, okra bushes. The officers eventually apologized and left, but they took some of the suspicious okra […]
With each passing day, it seems the United States of America, “Land of the Free and Home of the Brave” is becoming more and more like the Communist Russia I learned about in elementary school where people weren’t allowed to grow their own food unless the State “allowed” it. In this latest crackdown on citizens […]
Food freedom alert: Bureaucrats in Michigan threaten woman with jail time for planting vegetable garden in her own yard
The anti-food tyrants are at it again, this time threatening a Michigan woman with fines and jail time for her “crime” of daring to plant tomatoes and peppers in her front yard. Your help is needed to take action and fire off an avalanche of complaints against the local bureaucrats in Michigan who are threatening […]
It all starts with a farmer named Roscoe Filburn, a modest farmer who grew wheat in his own back yard in order to feed his chickens.