|[ Home | Status/Forum | Seed List ]|
I license the use of my photos and writings under Creative Commons -- Attribution, Share-Alike. Basically that means you may use my images and writings without asking permission from me, as long as you acknowlege that I was the original author and that you use a similar copyright for any derivative works you might create from my work.
Blog: Mother Earth News -- Landrace Gardening.
If sending eMail I'd really like it if you used encryption. Here is my public key.
I have found GnuPG easy to use.
Photos/Writing by Joseph Lofthouse by Joseph Lofthouse are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://Garden.Lofthouse.com/cc.phtml.
In May 2018, Utah's Food Freedom law went into effect. It basically says that people can make/sell food to each other for home use, as long as the buyer is told that it wasn't inspected by the government, and that the seller discloses if their kitchen handles common allergens. Home produced rabbit and chicken meat were included, but not pork, or beef. Raw milk has wierd rules.
What this means in practical terms, is that it is now legal for us to make food at home and sell it to each other without government interference.
Here's what a sample lable looks like. Everything above my name is not required.