24 February 2017
Date(s) - 24 February 2017
12:45 pm - 5:30 pm
Come along to hear from Joel Salatin – all the way from the USA – right here in our backyard. Joel will be giving a talk on regenerative farming at Glenburn Hall.
Joel is an ambassador for regenerative farming, having developed the concept on his Polyface Farm in Virginia and is an advocate for robust direct-to-consumer farm sales. He has also produced a host of documentaries and authored 8 best-selling books, including the internationally acclaimed “Folks, This Ain’t Normal”. Learn more about Joel at www.polyfacefarms.com.
Following Joel’s talk, he will then lead a farm walk at nearby “Tom’s Paddock”. Having sought inspiration from Joel Salatin, Tom’s Paddock is helping our community reengage with where their food is grown using holistic farming practices. To learn more about Tom’s Paddock visit https://tomspaddock.com.au/.
This is a not-to-be-missed opportunity and places are strictly limited!
Cost is $45 per person (includes a free Landcare membership for those in the Port Phillip and Western Port region and are not already Landcare members).
Afternoon Tea will be provided. Please bring a water bottle, wear sturdy, enclosed footwear, hat & sunscreen. Please car pool to the event where possible to limit vehicle numbers.
To register, click here. Registrations close 22nd February 2017.
For further information, contact Sarah Halligan at email@example.com or 8781 7908.