About Born Activist




It is time to change the way we view some things and do most things

From the backyard gardener to the multi-billion dollar company changing the ways they were taught to do business, each and everyone one has the opportunity to do things a little better than the way it was done in the past. Most of our great grandparents knew how to grow a garden, how to sew, how to conserve water and electricity, while most people today don’t even know where their water or produce comes from.



The Mission of Born Activist is Simple:

Our intention is to empower people through the education of food production, nutrition, and cultural integration. The demographic that we would like to impact first would be the communities residing in regions on our Earth that are suffering from famine, disease, and malnutrition. We are hoping that through the employment of different aspects of permaculture, crop diversification, conservation, and various forms of bio-digestion, we could revolutionize the way that these societies fortify themselves against both economic and ecological adversity.



There is a conspiracy of selling out happening in America. Politics and personal interest it would seem determine government policies over and above health and safety issues. When President Obama appointed Michael Taylor in 2009 as senior adviser for the FDA, a fierce protest ensued from consumer groups and environmentalists. Why? Taylor used to be vice president for Monsanto, a multinational interested in marketing genetically modified (GM) food. It was during his term that GMO’s were approved in the US without undergoing tests to determine if they were safe for human consumption.

The question of whether or not genetically modified foods (GMO’s) are safe for human consumption is an ongoing debate that does not seem to see any resolution except in the arena of public opinion. In most countries around the world GMO’s have been outlawed, but in the United States they conitnue to gain momentum. Due to lack of labeling, Americans are still left at a loss as to whether or not what is on the table is genetically modified.


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" My husband started an aquaponics system in our yard and not only is it a sustainable way to grow vegetables, it is fun to watch."

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