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USDA Now Asking People to Register Their Vegetable Gardens for National Database

*Interestingly, the comments have been turned off on the USDA’s video.

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randall
randall
1 month ago

They want to control the food supply. At some point they will declare gardens environmentally harmful and shut them down.
An unhealthy population is much easier to control.

Lee
Lee
1 month ago

This way they can track down and exterminate illegal crops. Honestly, the future is SO bleak, I’m really not sure who will have the strength to survive it. So many right now with their heads in the sand… Many of us here can see the writing on the wall, and still don’t feel prepared.

Iliketrees
Iliketrees
1 month ago
Reply to  Lee

There are millions of us, and MANY taking action. It’s good to be around others who are like minded in person. Come to the red pill expo next month, it’s an amazing gathering. Redpillexpo.org

darnthedarner
darnthedarner
1 month ago

Can’t even let people grow their own food without some sort of “license and registration,” yep, this world keeps getting even more police state as we speak. Our freedom is officially out the window.

Rosey
Rosey
1 month ago

It’s not quite what you are saying really as it’s for existing community gardens it seems but still, why? There’s always an agenda.

HeebSeed
HeebSeed
1 month ago

DO NOT REPORT YOUR GARDENS TO THESE PEOPLE!

lgageharleya
lgageharleya
1 month ago

Learn what wild food around you is edible and start cooking with these plants now so you can make them taste good. As bad as they can make things, God can foil their plans. If a plant is “invasive” and nutritious, plant it! Perilla, Jerusalem artichokes, etc. Whatever. Let them stew in their foiled plans.
We let a lot of weeds grow fully to seed because it is great food for our animals. That is getting pricey, too. We don’t need these companies as badly as they think we do.

Last edited 1 month ago by lgageharleya
stevencasteel
stevencasteel
1 month ago

So they can tax and steal from you if food supplies are purposely halted.