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

Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

In a move that has many folks scratching their heads, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has renewed its push for the People’s Garden Initiative which now includes registering vegetable gardens nationwide. According to the USDA, the move is to foster a “more diverse and resilient local food system to empower communities to address issues like nutrition access and climate change.” But those who have been following the USDA closely for years know that they couldn’t care less about your health and nutrition. 

To register your garden with the USDA, one must meet several easily obtainable standards.

School gardens, community gardens, urban farms, and small-scale agriculture projects in rural, suburban and urban areas can be recognized as a “People’s Garden” if they register on the USDA website and meet criteria including benefitting the community, working collaboratively, incorporating conservation practices and educating the public.

These standards essentially define every community garden in the country. Now, the government organization that shells out billions every year to companies whose products, like high-fructose corn syrup, are responsible for a massive epidemic of obesity across the planet, will have a database of them.

“We welcome gardens nationwide to join us in the People’s Garden effort and all it represents,” said Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, “Local gardens across the country share USDA’s goals of building more diversified and resilient local food systems, empowering communities to come together around expanding access to healthy food, addressing climate change and advancing equity.”

Secretary Vilsack added: “We encourage existing gardens and new gardens to join the movement. Growing local food benefits local communities in so many ways, and we offer technical resources to help. Also, it’s a great way to connect with your local USDA team members.”

Again, it is important to point out that the mission statement of the USDA does not involve anything to do with keeping Americans healthy. In fact, their track record over the years has done the complete opposite.

Case in point: In December 2020, a scientific committee, composed of 20 academics and doctors, recommended cutting the limit for added sugars in the diet to 6% of daily calories from 10% in the current guidelines. The group compiled a massive trove of data and presented this request to the USDA citing rising rates of obesity and the link between obesity and health problems like Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

To be clear, you need absolutely 0% of your diet to be comprised of sugar but this panel seemingly knew the USDA — who hands out billions of taxpayer dollars to companies who specialize in addicting Americans to sugar — would never get behind a recommendation against all sugar. So, they offered a slight concession.

This scientific committee asked for a measly 4% drop in the USDA’s recommended sugar intake in foods — providing 835 pages of evidence showing the horrifying effects it is having on children and adults — and the USDA refused.

“The new evidence is not substantial enough to support changes to quantitative recommendations for either added sugars or alcohol,” Brandon Lipps, deputy undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer services at the USDA told the Wall Street Journal at the time.

In December of 2020, it was clear that excessive sugar intake was connected to comorbidities like heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity — all of which drastically increased complications from a COVID-19 infection. Yet the USDA — who pretends to care about your health — refused to budge in the slightest.

Now, this same organization is claiming that it wants you to register your vegetable garden so it can place you in a database and put your healthy food source on a map — for your health, of course. You also get a cool sign for your front yard too.

While a handful of folks inside the USDA may have well-meaning intentions behind this program, the behemoth organization’s track record and history clearly indicate that the overwhelming majority of them do not care about your health. Not only do they not care about your health but most of their farm and food budget goes toward subsidizing products that directly harm your health.

So, skepticism over a national garden database run by this organization is entirely warranted. As the world teeters on the verge of nuclear war and economic collapse, remember that in times of war and economic downturns, food is more valuable than gold.

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14 thoughts on “USDA Now Asking People to Register Their Vegetable Gardens for National Database

  1. Will there be mandatory sharing? And/or justifiable theft? And if today I happen to grow 3 lbs of tomatoes, does that mean I’ll be prohibited from purchasing more tomatoes at the farmers’ market or the supermarket?

    Snooping, tracking, stealing, controlling. They’ve appointed themselves Masters of the World!! But one thing they can’t master, and that is the taming of a free man.

    Keep trying, you bast*rds; we’ll show you what a real tomato fight looks like.


  2. ANY USDA stasi-ist trying to come out here to force gardeners out here to “register” (so we’ll “own nothing and be happy” using that good ol’ Bentham-ian “greatest good for greatest number” {of elites that is} crapola), here is my advice (as all Trenchers know I bring up at times): watch out for mountain lions…and these days, those 800 pound feral hogs as well…and bears….

  3. They will never stop this until they get the revolt they are begging for. They have ruined and contaminated every single thing that they have touched and try to tell the fools how good it is and that they are one the right path. The path they need to be on is one with steps to a short drop.

  4. Ahhh…the beginning phase of global acceptance to something they want to control.

    1. Introduce a VOLUNTARY registration. (Aka. The “illusion of choice” phase.)

    2. If no one volunteers, create a manufactured crisis (like Covid) or false flag like showing a bunch of different stories in the media of people not growing vegetables correctly and causing other people to be poisoned to death in order to instill fear and get them to register.

    3. If that doesn’t work, make it mandatory.

    4. If that doesn’t work, find or create more stories around the world of food poisoning and bad growing by unnamed individuals and how people are dying in massive numbers due to uncertified vegetable growers and this is why we need to register and get certified to grow vegetables and follow proper and expensive USDA procedures that no one can afford in order to grow a garden.

    5. If they still don’t comply, use HOAs and police to terrorize and fine them.

    6. If they still don’t comply, discredit them and make them out to be full blown terrorists, hell bent on poisoning the world.

    It’s the same plan over and over with anything they want to control.

  5. We could all be eating Soylent Green and still a lot of dumbfuks wouldn’t get it.

    and this kind of shit needs to be nipped in the bud before it grows, because its shit like this that doesn’t get confronted that turns into a fight for we the people

  6. If I fckg want a half acre of marijauna,,, I will fckg do it!!! I have no plans for that, to much fckg work!! I will do what the fck I want .. you can suck a schlong!!!

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