VICTORY GARDENS FOR THE 21st CENTURY

This ain’t your grandma’s victory garden!
Growing for freedom and food security in the 21st century.

The success and future of FreedomGardens.org is up to you! Here’s how you can help…

Today we passed 510 members and it’s growing by the day!  However, we are still hard at work installing some rss plugins which will be really cool.  Then there’s content  — compiling growing guidelines, resources, etc (anyone interested in lending a hand – we need you to make this site into something that you find useful)

Help this network grow and build community in your neighborhood.  Imagine hundreds (thousands!) of Freedom Gardeners in your city who are digging their way toward food security – and freedom!

:: Homefront Efforts ::

Hey Freedom Garden recruits, we need you to spread this homegrown revolution message.

Download our new FREEDOM GARDEN poster Hand out or post this flyer all over your town (please ask permission first)

Supermarkets
Health Food Store
Libraries
Coffee Shops
Book Stores
Churches
Community Centers
Garden Clubs, etc
Schools & Colleges
Farmers Market
Nurseries

More than ever before, people are fed up with rising prices,  food contamination and ever increasing environmental threats – OUR EARTH CAN YOU DIG IT?

:: Field Hand Appreciation ::

LV $10 donation. Your support helps us continue to grow the future!  We need your support more than ever, with such new ventures every donation counts and makes this growth possible.

Comments(6)

  1. Alida says:

    Just posted the information online at Carolinamomma.com a social network for moms in North Carolina and South Carolina which does playdates, and link moms around the 2 states.

  2. Alida says:

    Just posted the information online at Carolinamomma.com a social network for moms in North Carolina and South Carolina which does playdates, and link moms around the 2 states.

  3. Chicago Mike says:

    Are you sure you wanted 508 (c) (1) (a) on that poster?

  4. Chicago Mike says:

    Are you sure you wanted 508 (c) (1) (a) on that poster?

  5. Chicago Mike says:

    I apologize. That comment from this morning looks snippy. I thought PTF was 501 (C) 3. I just suspected (maybe incorrectly) that it was a typo.

  6. Chicago Mike says:

    I apologize. That comment from this morning looks snippy. I thought PTF was 501 (C) 3. I just suspected (maybe incorrectly) that it was a typo.

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