27 Apr '15, 8pm

Why are state governments shutting down community seed libraries?

Considering what I know about World War II and the siege of Leningrad and the use of some of those seeds that people literally starved and died to protect, I am heart broken and offended by the idea of this. This has nothing to do with commercial food. It is for the benefit of people who would rather grow their own than to purchase food from the store with no idea what is in it. Who want to learn to tend gardens and teach their children and grandchildren. It isn’t someone trying to take over a conglomerate, they just want to produce their own harvest and share the wealth of that creation. I think the government, state or federal, is getting way to involved in people’s affairs. Especially in this instance. The FDA can’t even correctly investigate medicine and allowed something like a mesh implant (something any real farmer could have told you was a really dumb idea to begin...

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