Monthly Archives: May 2019

Saving Our Genetic Heritage One Seed at a Time (part 2)

Cucumber - Straight Eight (7)Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

GMO’s are organisms that have had their natural genetic structure altered by literally forcing the genes of unrelated plants, animals, insects, fungi, bacteria, viruses and even human genes into the host plant’s embryonic cells using a virus as a vector to infect the host and spread the new gene. I don’t know what your spiritual beliefs are, but I don’t believe the Creator intended rice and mice to splice. And spirituality aside, there are serious concerns as to how these genetically modified foods act upon the human and animal body when consumed over a long period of time. Continue reading

Agenda 21 is Here

My latest interview with Ciaran Boyle of the WORLD EVENTS NETWORK talking about the very real dangers of 5G and the controversial cancer treatment, GcMAF.

CENSORSHIP NOTICE: Ciaran’s YouTube Channel was deleted in June (2019) along with all of his interviews due to the ongoing censorship of freelance journalists. It’s up to YOU to demand that censorship stop. FREE SPEECH SHOULD BE FREE!

(www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u8TXxfyL8A&feature=youtu.be)

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Saving Our Genetic Heritage One Seed at a Time

Seed Saving Watermelon Orange-Glow (2)Jill Henderson ~ Show Me Oz

(originally published in Permaculture Activist – May 2017 issue)

I have been saving garden and native plant seeds for the better part of 20 years. What started out as a simple way to save a buck quickly became a deep-rooted passion. After so many years as a teacher and advocate, it is truly exciting to see so many people interested in saving their own seed. Yet, there are those out there who still think seed saving is just a pass-time or a fad – just another hash tag in a world of buzzwords. Perhaps seed saving is just another trend in a long line of trends, like bacon everything, backyard chickens and kale, but for those of us who have worked towards seed sovereignty and food freedom for years, an American seed saving fetish is exactly what this country needs right now. Continue reading