April 13, 2012

Resistance Is Fertile

Filed under: American Revolution, Food and Farms, Freedom, Relocalization — Russ @ 11:07 am


I found this image as somebody’s gravatar or whatever you call those doohickeys. I like the icon and the slogan.
“Grow Food” would be better, though.
(I tried making this larger than its original 100X95 pixels, but larger versions were blurry. I settled on 150X142. I don’t know if there’s a way to make it bigger while maintaining clarity.)


  1. I watched Fresh the movie last night, very inspiring.

    Comment by tawal — April 13, 2012 @ 11:23 am

  2. hey, Russ ~ I found a large size for you. See top right corner of http://foodfreedomgroup.com

    Comment by Rady — April 13, 2012 @ 12:27 pm

    • Thanks Rady. I like that one even better. 🙂

      Is your forum going to be up soon? I’m looking forward to that. I’ve noticed the lack of a real online discussion about the food movement.

      Comment by Russ — April 14, 2012 @ 3:22 am

  3. What a fantastic movie, “Fresh.” So inspirational.

    Our search, for about a year now, for 10 or more acres in Northern California, continues with lots of learning but no purchase yet. We’ve all but abandoned the Paso Robles / San Luis Obispo area due to water concerns and too-close proximity to L.A. Instead, we’re focused on Sonoma and Mendocino counties — but the pickings are slim. I keep pushing, trying, searching, hoping, putting out the call, ready to meet the next most-important-person-in-my-life to get us over the hump to the next 10-year cycle. Meanwhile, our house in the Bay Area has been burglarized twice in the past 6 months. We are so ready …. At the same time, the asparagus in our backyard beds is 6 feet tall, and the fava beans, sown last November, are up to my chin. We also had a fantastic winter crop of turnips, carrots, beets, tuscan and red kale, and collards. So blessings remain in plain view.

    Comment by Paul — April 14, 2012 @ 12:08 am

    • Thanks for the update, Paul. I hope you find the spot you’re looking for. Are you focusing on varieties that need less water. (It’s occured to me that a weakness in my own gardening is that I still act as if water comes from the garden hose, by magic.)

      Comment by Russ — April 14, 2012 @ 3:20 am

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