The USDA is expanding the People’s Garden initiative to include horticultural farms of all types and sizes across the country.
“School gardens, community gardens, urban farms, and small-scale agricultural projects in rural, suburban, and urban areas will be recognized as a “People’s Garden” if their owners register on the USDA website in accordance with the necessary criteria, including community benefit, collaboration, use of methods nature conservation and public education. Locations of partner People’s Gardens will be mapped on the USDA website, featured in USDA messages, and marked with the People’s Garden sign.
“The Department of Agriculture wants people to register their gardens, because in a world where everyone needs to eat bugs and caterpillars, there should not be conditional potatoes and apples in the personal possession of an ordinary person. Farmers, or even those who grow a small amount of vegetables and fruits at home, are becoming a stumbling block in the WEF’s Big Reset program, as they can feed themselves. The People’s Garden program involves the creation of a register and map of small-scale food production. Under no circumstances should you register your garden. It doesn’t matter what benefits they offer.”
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