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Bienvenue !

Le "Guerrilla Gardening" (guérilla gardening/jardinière/potagère en français), désigne un mouvement de réappropriation d'espaces délaissés au profit d'une émergence végétale quelle qu'elle soit.

Nous n'attendons pas d'autorisation particulière pour aller jardiner ces espaces qui sont souvent délaissés depuis déjà trop longtemps !

Nos objectifs, nos revendications et nos outils sont très variés pour repenser la ville et les espaces publics qui nous entourent. Que ça soit pour se battre contre la privatisation ou délaissement des terres, pour retrouver le contact avec la terre ou les gestes du jardinage, pour se faire plaisir ou pour rencontrer ses voisins de manière conviviale, pour expérimenter "l'agriculture urbaine" ou pour faire du "street art" végétal, vous trouverez forcément une raison pour passer à l'action !


Le site internet comprend de nombreuses informations sur le mouvement (son manifeste, ses origines, ses objectifs, ses outils, etc.) et sur les actions qui ont lieu ci et là en France (ce qui peut vous permettre de trouver des camarades près de chez vous).

Prochains rendez-vous


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    • 20 septembre au 21 octobre 2014
      The Global Alliance for Seed Freedom invites you to join people and communities around the globe, from the 20th of Septembre to the 20th of Octobre, to reaffirm our commitment to Seed Freedom, Food Freedom and Earth Democracy.

      At this time of global crisis, as our planet faces economic and ecological collapse, we recognize the need to imagine and build alternatives to the current dominant economic and agricultural models.

      The ‘Call to Act for Seed, Food, and Earth Democracy’ 2014 is a powerful global event that will help to make these necessary alternatives a reality. Let us stand together as we reclaim the commons of Seed and Food and as we protect our land sovereignty and cultural heritage.

      You can begin NOW by spreading the word and by planning your own local actions and events – unleash your creativity!

      http://seedfreedom.in/2014-call-to-action-for-seed-food-and-earth-democracy/?subscribe=success#
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    • 2 octobre
      Octobre 2nd is the birth anniversary of Gandhi, who left us the legacy of “Swaraj”- self-organised freedom and “Satyagraha”- the force of truth.
      On this meaningful day we celebrate a worldwide “Seed Satyagraha”, renewing our commitment to civil disobedience against unjust seed laws.

      2nd Octobre: Seed Satyagraha

      Identify laws in your countries and region that threaten our biodiversity, farmers’ rights, Seed Freedom and Food Freedom and send them to us: info[@]seedfreedom.in

      Organise a worldwide civil disobedience against unjust seed laws in the spirit of Gandhi

      Laws to look out for in your country and region

      1. Free Trade Agreements

      2. Patents on seed laws

      3. UPOV – International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants: http://www.upov.int

      4. Compulsory registration that makes diverse seed illegal

      5. Food Safety laws – Sanitary and Phyto Sanitary laws – which impose pseudo safety in the name of health and safety
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    • 5 octobre
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    • 11 octobre
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    • 16 octobre
      Octobre 16 is World Food Day. Let the world know that Seed Freedom is the basis of Food Freedom and Food Sovereignty. Let the world know that agroecology is a far more sophisticated and holistic science of agriculture than biotechnology. Declare that farmers’ rights to save and exchange seeds, and citizens’ rights to know and choose what they eat, are the founding principles of food democracy.

      Stand in solidarity with the citizens of Vermont who are being threatened by Monsanto as the state has succeeded in passing a law requiring GMO labeling.

      Celebrate with 99% of the world’s GMO-free farmers; 18 million farmers grow GM crops in 27 countries worldwide, this figure representing less than 1% of the world farming population. Three GM crops are found in six countries (92% of GM crops) and these countries mainly grow just four GM crops: soya, maize, oilseed rape, and cotton. Let us celebrate that 88% of arable land remains GM-free.

      Let us mark our past victories; we have stopped unjust seed laws that would have criminalized our seed diversity and our seed freedom, and we will continue to be vigilant. The viciousness of the PR machinery deployed to attack scientists and activists
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    • 18 octobre au 20 octobre 2014
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