This is one of the many reasons I am choosing to involve myself in zoning laws.
While I may be torn on the specific direction I want to take to accomplish taking on the world one garden at a time, I am not conflicted in general on how I will go about it. Creating awareness and fighting for my food will stay high on my priority list.
I am a proponent for front yard gardens. I believe in the ability for families and neighborhoods to become sustainable and more importantly self-sufficient.
I believe that this is in fact the wave of the future and I know that it will be an uphill battle. I know that not everyone will welcome front yard gardens with open arms, especially those whose profits it threatens.
Take a look at what is happening here and tell me, what do you think about this matter?
How do you feel about feeding GMO’s to your family?
If you’re new to GMO’s and learning about the adverse effects they can have, check out the Non-GMO Project and shop smarter, shop local and shop fresh!
- Stay-at-Home Dad Wins Right to Front Yard Vegetable Garden (treehugger.com)
- Authorities Target Couple’s Front Yard Kitchen Garden (huffingtonpost.com)
- Ferguson resident wins fight for front yard vegetable garden (stltoday.com)
Thanks for stopping by the Middle Brick Road, I hope you enjoyed this post. My name is Kacey and I am really big on health and all things natural – freedom – politics and bringing change by abandoning the boxes we too often put ourselves in.
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