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By Jason Fowler on 02/10/2011
In “Everything I Want To Do is Illegal,” Salatin says the single biggest impediment to eating healthier is the demonizing and criminalizing of virtually all indigenous and heritage-based food practices…If you’re in our neck of the woods come hear Joel Salatin speak at Lynchburg College on (this) Monday, February 14…
Posted in Events, Food & Agriculture, Voice of One Calling | Tagged agriculture, Creation Care, ecology, environment, event, farming, food politics, Joel Salatin, Lynchburg, Lynchburg College, Sustainable Agriculture, Virginia | Leave a response
By Zachary Adam Cohen on 07/10/2009
Where are the conservatives who want to conserve the environment? Where are the church groups unwilling to participate in a system where factory farming of livestock is a reality?
Posted in Features, Food & Agriculture | Tagged book, Crunch Cons: The New Conservative Counterculture, crunchy cons, food politics, local food movement, rod dreher, Sustainable Agriculture | 2 Responses