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Old 06-04-2019, 04:00 PM
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It’s no secret that food is a huge part of prepping and survivalism… and being able to grow your own food is crucial when traditional supply chains are disrupted and local food stores run low. For this and many other reasons (GMO, pesticides, lack of a decent tomato at any commercial produce outlet), lots of[.....]

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A good law? Wow, it is hard to believe such a thing these days. Such a law should be unnecessary though. If people would just mind their own damned business.
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Something similar happened in Tucson. For anyone who hasn't been there, Tucson is the liberal bastion of Arizona. So many Californians moved that the newer sections look just like Los Angeles.

In Tucson, you are not allowed to grow any tree that is not native to Arizona. One of my friends lived there for a while. His neighbor planted several fruit trees in his back yard, such as oranges and grapefruit. Someone reported him and he was ordered to remove all the offending trees. He decided to fight it until his attorney told him he could rack up close to $100,000 in fines if he lost. It was much cheaper to buy a chain saw.
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Given how many food deserts exist and how hard it can be for many families to access fresh and affordable food, such bans are an absurd step in the wrong direction.
Yay for Florida!
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