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Michael Shaw

Michael Shaw


Mr. Shaw is proprietor of Liberty Garden, a 75-acre coastal oasis acknowledged recently on the cover of an international environmental science journal for its breakthrough creation of a native plant wonderland. The purpose of Liberty Garden is to show, by example, how private property provides for better stewardship of the earth than does government control. www.LibertyGarden.com

Michael Shaw was a founding participant and is a Director of Freedom 21 Santa Cruz. Freedom 21 Santa Cruz is an organization dedicated to the ideals of Liberty. Freedom 21 seeks to lessen public confusion about the nature of personal and family autonomy and private property, inform as to the constitutional administration of government, and assess American security and international implications. WWW.Freedom21SantaCruz.net and www.AdvanceBulletin.net

Mr. Shaw sat on the Santa Cruz local United Nations Agenda 21 committees in the mid-nineties. He now seeks to inform Americans about how the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda 21 is being implemented throughout America in order to establish new systems of government, justice and economics. He demonstrates how Sustainable Development is a coordinated and comprehensive program that is designed for eliminating private property and personal and family autonomy.

Mr. Shaw is co-owner of a multi-location California based self-storage company and owns and operates a self-storage management company. He has earned his BA in Political Science and his Juris Doctorate. He has practiced as a Certified Public Accountant and as an attorney focused on taxation.

Contact information:

Michael Shaw
Liberty Garden
32 Seascape Village
Aptos, CA 95003
(831) 684-1057
fax: (831) 684-0768

Conference Speech

"Abundance Ecology—The Liberty Garden" - Speech from the Eighth Annual Conference

 

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