Russian abundance model could feed the world
Russia's Private Garden Plot Act, which was signed into law back in 2003, entitles every Russian citizen to a private plot of land, free of charge, ranging in size from 2.2 acres to 6.8 acres. Each plot can be used for growing food, or for simply vacationing or relaxing, and the government has agreed not to tax this land. The result of this effort has been phenomenal, as Russian families collectively grow practically all the food they need.
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