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Petitioning Mayor Brian D. Sackett and 4 others

Start a City Food Forest Initiative to Increase Food Security; and Grant Relief to Sean Law from all Orders and Fines from the Special Magistrate.


The Freedom to Grow Life and Food on Our Land is a Natural Right and Should Not Be Abridged by the Government. As most of us live in Food deserts in collapsed ecosystems, growing Food Forests everywhere now is a really good idea. You can grow lots of your daily items of use, too, and trade within your community.

I have more than 15 fruit trees and tons of annuals growing in the front and back, and have discovered a really fun and easy method leveraging seedballs and natural farming to turn lawns into baby food forests : )  I'm happy to share it with you. Here's a video teaching you how:

However, I've been persecuted and fined more than $130,000 by the City of Longwood, FL for nature gardening and using life-friendly methods to grow a biodiverse food producing ecosystem with my land at my homestead.

If we don't have the Freedom to Grow Life and Food where we are, then we have no Freedom at all, for Liberty depends on Life. We also will continue to be unable to free ourselves of factory farming dependence if our own local governments oppress us when we grow.

Many millions of people are oppressed in this way every year. For this reason, let us begin Growing Food Forests everywhere. It's our Natural Right, and a great way to start Growing Harmony, Wealth and Health in our Communities. This is one step to giving voice on this issue as we fight for Our Freedom to Grow Our Lives Together.

Here is what I said to the Longwood City Commissioners last week: ;

Please sign and pass on! We don't have much time.

Thank you for your help!

For Life & Liberty,

Sean Law

Letter to
Mayor Brian D. Sackett
Special Magistrate Amy Goodblatt
Deputy Mayor Joe Durso
and 2 others
Commissioner, District 1 John C. Maingot
Commissioner, District 3 Bob Cortes
Grant Relief to Sean Law from all Orders and Fines from the Special Magistrate; and begin a City food forest initiative to live in greater harmony with Nature and greatly increase food security.