Food Freedom: Taking Back Ground, Going on the Offense! Rogue Food Conference 2020

Food Freedom: Taking Back Ground, Going on the Offense! Rogue Food Conference 2020

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This is an invitation to come to our house this evening as we are live talking about natural food with no poisons in them Right off the farm or out of your own garden. Rogue Food Conference Cincinnati, January 2020. We are expounding on the conference sharing personal interviews and taking comments from the chat, audience. Answering questions Joel Salatin and John Moody have dreamed for many years about bringing together food and farm innovators to discuss how we make real, local, slow, traditional food available in a day and age of bureaucratic and regulatory burdens specifically created and enforced to stomp it out. Joel Salatin, 62, is co-owner of Polyface Farms in Swoope, Virginia and author of 12 books spanning topics as diverse as pastured poultry and Everything I Want to do is Illegal. Polyface Farm services about 4,000 families, 50 restaurants, and numerous retail and institutional outlets with salad bar beef, pigaerator pork, pastured poultry and eggs, lamb, duck eggs and forestry products. An aggressive advocate for unregulated food commerce among neighbors, he defends the right to the food of your choice from the source of your choice. He conducts workshops and lecture series throughout the world, bringing a food choice message to both farmers and consumers.
Polyface,Joel Slatin,John Moody,Rogue Food Conference,Cincinati,Ohio,Niti Bali Developing a 501C3 Food Church,Mark Baker – Rogue Food Solutions,Portland Meat Collective,Camas Davis,Thomas Massie,Tyler and Elizabeth Boggs – “Building,Butchering,and Bartering in a litigious society”,age of bureaucratic and regulatory burdens

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