The (USDA) has increased its drive for the People’s Garden Initiative, which now involves registering vegetable gardens throughout the country. This action has caused many people to scratch their heads in bewilderment. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) explains that the move is being made to encourage the development of a “more varied & sustainable local food system to enable communities to address concerns like nutrition access & climate change.” Those, however, who have been paying careful attention to the USDA for a number of years are aware of the fact that the USDA could not care less about the health and nutrition of its citizens. This looks like a grab for TOTAL CONTROL.
In order to get the USDA to recognize your garden, you have to satisfy a few simple requirements that aren’t hard to get.
These guidelines serve as the basis for almost all community gardens in the United States. Now, the government agency that hands out billions of dollars annually to industries whose products, such as high-fructose corn syrup, seem to be responsible for a tremendous increase in obesity across the planet will have a database of those companies. This database will include all of the companies responsible for the obesity epidemic.