Michigan threatening to put family farmers out of business

I rarely eat meat anymore because it is so toxic and the animals are abused and tortured on factory farms, but it is just outrageous that Michigan would threaten FAMILY FARMERS who treat their animals well.

A family farm in rural Michigan may be shut down by a Government Entity who has passed a law stating that the breed of hogs they are raising are a threat to neighboring croplands. In truth, the Big Pork Industry has been planning this campaign to take down all family farms with hopes to eventually siege complete control of the American Food Supply. This short-film was created with hopes to inspire the public to take action.
The Baker Family website is www.bakersgreenacres.com and their battle has just begun. Please join in their fight.

They mention the American revolution in the video. Only 20% of the American people cared enough to actively participate and of those only very few picked up arms.

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

Obviously, we HAVE to do something.  The million dollar question:
What CAN we do?

23 F in the hoophouse with no warning, SOME nasturtiums froze

Around midnight it was still over 40 in the hoophouse. This morning we woke up to ice cold wind, the low in the hoophouse was 23 F and the greenhouse got down to 30 F.
I had just taken a flat (50) of  nasturtiums to the hoophouse and added a few to the tray I’ll take to “Our Place” tomorrow.  Most, but not all, looked rather frozen.  However, the nasturtiums in the ground looked fine:

3/2/12 The rocks kept the seedlings warm

A few weeks ago I stuck some seeds in the ground and those seedlings look just fine.  Here’s the SE corner with in ground seedlings:

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