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You can enjoy better food and support local farmers by buying meat, eggs and produce in season. Choosing to follow cyclical menus stimulates an awe and respect for local food connections, and such conscious planning can save you money, too.data-pin-do=

Seasonal Eating Supports Local Farmers - Real Food

Seasonal eating provides you with the freshest food ingredients. You can enjoy better food and support local farmers by buying meat, eggs and produce in season.

Salads on the Run: The Top 50 Mason Jar Salad Recipes That Are Quick, Crafty, and Great on the Go by Daniel Christensen

Salads on the Run: The Top 50 Mason Jar Salad Recipes That Are Quick, Crafty, and Great on the Go by Daniel Christensen

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Holistic Land Management- Beyond Grass Fed

Information artwork by Douglas Gayeton for the Lexicon of Sustainability project.

Folks, This Ain't Normal. Joel Salatin. Local food, permaculture, real food.

From farmer Joel Salatin's point of view, life in the century just ain't normal. In Folks, This Ain’t Normal, he discusses how far removed we are from the

Joel Salatin on Food Sovereignty

Joel Salatin answers the question: What can local planners do to move along the local food option? How do you create local food sovereignty?

Joel Salatin, owner of Polyface Farms, author of Folks This Ain't Normal, activist & leading spokesperson for local, sustainable food system in movies such as Farmageddon, Food Inc., Fresh & American Meat, describes how this new book, published by Hachette Groups, will shake up the food rights movement & introduce the public to organizations such as Weston A. Price Foundation & the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund.To read more about the issues Joel discussed, visit www.farmtoconsumer.org

Joel Salatin, Polyface Farms - Folks This Ain't Normal--need to watch this 4 minutes. This is fantastic.The food nazis have fooled people way too long!

This demonstrates the problem with continuous grazing versus rotational grazing. Grasses & herbs need time to recover and be strong. Otherwise, you've got dying grasses and growing weeds!

This demonstrates the problem with continuous grazing versus rotational grazing. Grasses & herbs need time to recover and be strong. Otherwise, you've got dying grasses and growing weeds!

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