Watch The World According to Monsanto Documentary for free, HERE!

Saturday I head to Niagara Falls, Canada to take part in the Seedy Saturday event organized by Linda Crago of Tree & Twig fame.

I will be speaking about ripping out my front yard and putting in a vegetable garden. The trials the tribulations the inquiring looks … the kids stealing tomatoes. I’ll also talk what 3 of my favourite things to plant were and how to grow them.

My talk starts at 1:00, right after the famed Kathy Renwald. Who is kind of a professional gardening speaker so she’ll be a tough act to follow.

If you can come out to the even that’d be great! You’ll get yourself An Art of Doing Stuff bookmark and maybe even some seeds from Cubits!

If you can’t come but are still interested in the whole world of seeds, I have for you today the entire, 1 hour 50 minute documentary … Watch it now or watch it later. See? You have all kinds of options.

TheWorldAccordingToMonsanto

The World According to Monsanto (Full Length) HD





There’s nothing they are leaving untouched: the mustard, the okra, the bringe oil, the rice, the cauliflower. Once they have established the norm: that seed can be owned as their property, royalties c…

Have a good weekend!

39 Comments

  1. I’m confused – is there a link?

  2. Toronto Boy says:

    I think I am a little too early! Link to the video please! 😀

  3. Emily says:

    Is there a link to the video that I’m not seeing?

  4. Raymonde says:

    Thank you for making more people aware how Monsanto is destroying the environment.

    This link might interest you: http://www.occupymonsanto360.org/2012/03/10/peru-passes-monumental-ten-year-ban-on-genetically-engineered-foods/

  5. J9 says:

    Good luck, you’ll be great!

  6. Lynn says:

    Best of luck Saturday Karen! It would super awesome for you to have your segment videoed for us that are too far away to attend. 🙂
    Thanks for the Monsanto documentary – makes me wish I didn’t even like to eat my veggies!!!

  7. Sarah says:

    World Domination by controlling the food supply. Control the food supply by controlling the seed supply. Control the seed supply by selling the chemicals to grow the seeds and destroy any neighbouring vegetation. I just finished watching this documentary and I feel fear. Deep rooted fear. I’m forwarding the link to everyone I know..

    • jan lovig says:

      My acreage is surrounded by Round-up-Ready fields. Corn and soy beans. I am not ready for this. I need Round-up-Ready flowers, grass, tomatoes, beets, carrots, potatoes, squash, peppers, okra, trees, shrubs, etc.. I see the effects within 2 days of the treatment. I love spring but dread the day the tankers pull in to spray my environment.

    • Bobbi says:

      That’s right, Sarah! Get the word out there! We need to educate & let the people know just what is going on. Monsanto is greed,power & evil incarnate!
      We the people must speak up with our wallets and not buy their products…only then will they pay attention. Thank you for all you’re doing!!

  8. Michelle says:

    Thanks for helping to get the message out. Monsanto has proven that they’ll stop at NO expense. It’s going to take a Grass Roots effort, but I have to believe that this utter insanity fueled by their undeniable greed will be exposed to the masses. Hopefully lawmakers take heed, too!!!

  9. Barbie says:

    We just watched “Forks over Knives” last night. Last week we watched “Food Inc”. I really wanted my hubs to watch too so he could start to understand about the food he eats and “thinks” is ok. I have always been the watchdog about organic and such. I am excited to watch this Monsanto movie you have provided. Monsanto is all we have talked about for the last week! THANK YOU!!I

    So wish we could come to your talk.

    If you want to watch Forks over Knives it’s on Netflix.

  10. Nancy Blue Moon says:

    Thanks Karen..I am very interested and will watch it this weekend..Good luck to you at the Falls..wish I could be there..Make us proud!!

  11. Jan says:

    I’m a real doofus when it comes to my PC. Is there a way I can copy this video to my hard drive so I can still see it even if it gets scrubbed from youtube?

  12. Langela says:

    Speaking of your front yard garden. Down here in the state of Iowa, a huge farming state, we almost had a catastrophe in our capital city. ONE, single homeowner complained about a neighbor’s front yard garden and the city was going to ban them. Because one person complained! He quickly withdrew his complaint and the matter was dropped, but still. I could see this in some other states, but one where we are primarily an agricultural state?!?

    BTW, good luck. I’m sure you’ll be great!

  13. Sparky says:

    Karen, Thank you for this! I’m sharing your link to the video with my FB friends! You go Ms. Gardner Girl!!! xSparky

  14. Melissa says:

    Knowing what I already know, I’m almost afraid to watch. “Seeing” footage is somehow more damning than reading about the despicable things they’re attempting.

    I don’t know what Kathy’s topic will be, but I loved hearing about the transformation of your front yard, and so will others! Happy weekend!

  15. olequiltbat says:

    I read something along this line about Monsanto last year..and was astounded with what this company was doing, and how insidious they are. Sure hope more countries around the world will stand up to this wicked company and refuse to grow their terrible seeds. Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. I have passed it along to all my friends and family. There is no reason we shouldn’t have safe healthy food anywhere.

  16. Sondra says:

    I’m hoping someone films your talk so we can watch it on here later?! Please! 🙂

  17. marilyn says:

    good luck karen, but you wont need it..you will be great

  18. Elizabeth says:

    I am seriously grieved by the food system as of late…only having been educated this year with documentaries such as Food Inc, Hungry for Change, Vegucated, etc…. this is just the icing on the poison corn cake 🙁 So glad that you, Karen, and others are working as little ambassadors for REAL FOOD! and getting the word out. I’ve shared the link to this page with friends and family 🙂 Love your blog. Good luck on your talk!!! you’ll do great.

  19. Mary Werner says:

    Thank you for giving me the link to Monsatan. I am passing your site around as fast as I can to get others to view it. Not that it will do any good at all. I have always considered myself to be an optimist, but there are not effective Davids against Goliath anymore, so think we will not end well. Monsatan is just that!

  20. Sara says:

    You go girl! Best of luck!

  21. Thank you for posting this video! I started watching it tonight and will continue tomorrow! Have a great time tomorrow! Cheers

  22. kate-v says:

    you may want to read “Seeds of Deception” by Jeffrey Smith. It details mmuch that is generally unknown by the public about genetically engineered plants.

  23. Toronto Boy says:

    Thanks for posting the video Karen. I had seen this documentary before but decided to watch it again. I remember when I was a youngster, we learnt about the emerging field of biotechnology and how it would help elimate poverty and feed the world. What a nice concept. I was so excited about the prospect of people in third world countries never being hungry again. Fast forward a few decades later and I am presented with a different reality. Rather than being something positive, the science is being bastardized by multi-national corporations, all in the name of profit. As we’ve seen in this video, multi-national corporations yield far greater control than even world governments. It pains me to say this but eating healthy is becoming almost impossible with the contamination of our natural food sources. Something as innocuous as a grain of seed can not can effect soil, animal life, but you and I as well. What a sad state of affairs.

  24. Natalie says:

    Thanks for posting this movie. If anyone feels the need to take action (but finds planting organic corn in their own garden in the middle of winter a bit unrealistic) here is a link to stop the legalization of GM corn in Mexico. http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/getinvolved/no-GMO-maize-sowings/

  25. Sebastian says:

    How did the seedy saturday event go, I will have a look at this when i have some time on my hands in the next few days, thanks for the link

  26. Melissa says:

    Thanks so much for posting the video link. I read the book a few years ago and have been waiting to see the film.

  27. kelliblue says:

    AAAAHHHH!!! I just watched this a couple weeks ago, and am now even *more* incensed by this evil, EEEVIIILLL company, and they way they work! Grrr. And again i say GRRRR! >:-(

  28. Charlene says:

    Have always been careful with herbicides around the garden, but never really complained about using stuff on driveway. He’s a water guy, works for water company. Will forward documentary….never realized and we both care about our surroundings….thank you…

  29. Mary says:

    I was just going to watch this when I came across thus article. Thought you might be interested.
    http://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/a-month-without-monsanto

  30. Mary says:

    I thought if anyone would be up to the challenge of living a month Monsanto free, it’d be you… 🙂

  31. Lin says:

    There are hearing loss population that leave out the information by no subtitle. Please includes every thing that includes subtitle. Thanks

  32. Kimberly says:

    Was wondering if you have changed your front lawn into a garden? I have been considering doing so. Can you tell me if you’ve had problems with neighbors or anyone complaining?? because they just don’t understand how this should be the natural way and its not wrong. I wish people were more aware of what’s going on

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