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Categorized Under “ joel salatin”

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Paleo Meatup at Polyface Farm

We are happy to announce that our very own Robb Wolf is coming to Virginia to speak at an upcoming event in support of FTCLDF! I’m sure many of you have heard of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (Robb previously posted about it here). “The FTCLDF protects the rights of Read more…

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Top 10 In Paleo 2012 – The Top Buzz From the Year that Was

It’s been another exciting and groundbreaking year in the paleo world, and like last year, we’ve rounded-up the top 10 paleo highlights from the past 365 days.  If you’ve been a hardcore paleo follower all year, reminisce on all the paleo goodness that was; and if you’re relatively new to Read more…

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Locally-grown cherry tomatoes at the Charlottesville, Va. farmers market

Help protect our right to clean, safe food

What we are facing is a governmental structure that says it is here to “protect us” (in this case the USDA inspection of food) but is in fact concerned only with expanding it’s power and cutting us off from any hope of self sufficiency or a food network that is not under the thumb of the FDA, USDA and affiliated stooges. This is not conspiracy theory, tin-foil hat stuff. This is federal agents with body-armor and weaponry appropriate for room clearing in Afghanistan, taking down family farms offering raw milk and fresh vegetables.

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Reconnect with your “Ecological Umbilical” at Polyface Farm

At the Ancestral Health Symposium at Harvard University this past weekend, Joel Salatin gave an inspirational keynote speech that encouraged us all to reconnect with our ecological umbilicals. Joel wants to re-establish historical normalcy in our food supply, as well as in our greater culture, by making use of innovative Read more…

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Joel Salatin on The Paleo Solution podcast

So by this time you guys have met Joel Salatin of Polyface Farms and you’ve seen the five part video interview where he talks all about sustainability, food independence, getting back in the kitchen, and growing your own. Good news! We will have Joel Salatin as a guest on the podcast soon, Read more…

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Practical tips for living sustainably: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 5 of 5)

In part 1 of this 5-part video interview series, we heard a short history of Polyface farms and its’ owner Joel Salatin. In part 2, Joel talked about the issue of “real food” education and whether we should really try to convert everyone. In part 3, we asked the big Read more…

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Caring for the land: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 4 of 5)

In part 1 of this 5-part video interview series, we heard a short history of Polyface farms and its’ owner Joel Salatin. In part 2, Joel talked about the issue of “real food” education and whether we should really try to convert everyone. In part 3, we asked the big Read more…

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Food independence or elitism? An interview with Joel Salatin (part 3 of 5)

In part 1 of this 5-part video interview series, we heard a short history of Polyface farms and its’ owner Joel Salatin. In part 2, Joel talked about the issue of “real food” education and whether we should really try to convert everyone. In this video: The big question – Read more…

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Pastured pigs at Polyface farms

Real food education: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 2 of 5)

In part 1 of this 5-part video interview series, we asked the question, who is Joel Salatin? We heard his thoughts on accidental activism, his personal history of farming (his family’s history in central America, how he got Polyface Farms started, and more). He also talked about new ideas for Read more…

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A short history of Polyface Farms: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 1 of 5)

Back in January as I was pondering the Liberty Garden concept, thinking about education, outreach, and scale – I asked myself, if I could interview anyone about the food system, sustainability, and the future of American food independence, who would it be? Immediately, I thought of Joel Salatin. Joel is Read more…

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