Joel Salatin Lecture in New York City April 4th

Joel Salatin Lecture:  “Can You Feed the World? –Answering Elitism, Production, and Choice.”

Sunday, April 4, 2010
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM

Teachers College / Columbia University
Broadway between 120th and 121st Streets New York, NY 10025


Far and away the two most common questions asked of Joel Salatin are: How can we afford local artisanal heritage-based food? And: Is it realistic to think we can really feed the world with a non-industrial food system?  Because the local clean food movement, for all its allure, is still only some 2 percent of all food sales, envisioning it as a credible, viable alternative to industrial corporatized genetically modified food seems like pie-in-the-sky dreaming. Using his own Polyface Farm principles as a foundation, Joel builds this vision one piece at a time by blending theory and practice. You will never think about the food system the same way again.

Tickets:  $35 At this event you will receive a movie voucher to see the documentary film, FRESH, at NYC’s Quad Cinema from April 9-15.

For a 20% discount on tickets, use password FRESHpromo
To buy tickets, visit: http://bit.ly/bQvMMM

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