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JUST HOW MUCH FOOD CAN YOU GROW IN YOUR BACKYARD - SINGLE FAMILY BACKYARD FARMING

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RAGLM Board > General Discussion > Just How Much Food Can You Grow In Your Backyard - Single Family Backyard Farming
6/9/2012 4:48:32 PM
Making Money Off A Family FarmReply: Cindy Ferry
It is us ... WE THE PEOPLE ... that must then stand up and demand change and work to bring about that change.  to bring back our Right To Use that we are to have for our property and our right to work and make an income.
Cindy
6/9/2012 1:50:31 PM
give or sell, handcuff you Reply: Roy
Yes, it is even a crime now in many cities to feed the homeless.  More so if you prepare the food in your own kitchen, or grow it in your backyard.  I appeal to the goodness and the patriotism of those who enforce the laws:  You must know by now that your job sometimes conflicts with common sense and American values.  Use your discretion and common sense.  Please.  Read the Constitution you swore to uphold and that every American Citizen holds dear.  Join Oath Keepers or at least look into them.  For the rest of us, check out FIJA.org to learn about your rights as a Juror; as that will help to refine laws.  When it becomes obvious the Citizens will not comply with the application of bad laws, or the mis-application of good laws, we will get closer to justice.
6/9/2012 7:35:59 AM
We can not as we are ciminalsReply: Nathan
I would love to sell my extra crop or simply give it away, yet thanks to the Government and the Agenda 21, as well as SB-510 I would be a criminal if I simply gave you my food. Love our local and federal governments.
6/8/2012 3:01:10 PM
Just How Much Food Can You Grow In Your Backyard - Single Family Backyard FarmingPost: Cindy Ferry
$20,000.00 per year sold to others AFTER they feed their own family!  What does that tell you?  You can grow a LOT of food in a small space, small area.  Then look at the money you'll save and water you'll save.

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