[permaculture] Joel Salatin, farmer and relocalization advocate comes to Santa Barbara Dec 9-11

Darren Doherty darren at permaculture.biz
Wed Dec 2 08:38:21 EST 2009


For Immediate Release
12/01/2009

Joel Salatin, farmer, author, and food relocalization advocate, comes to
Santa Barbara as part of the Carbon Economy Educational Series.

SANTA BARBARA, CA ?   ?Imagine what it would be if, as a national policy, we
had such nutritionally dense food that people actually felt better, had more
energy, and weren?t sick as much?now see, that?s a noble goal.? - Joel
Salatin, Polyface Farms.

Joel Salatin, fulltime family farmer of the highly successful Polyface
Farms, recipient of the Heinz Award for Environmental Leadership, and one of
the world?s leading advocates of farming and food relocalization, is coming
to Santa Barbara December 9-11 as part of the Carbon Economy Educational
Series.

?Meet the best, loudest (and only) Christian-libertarian-capitalist
-environmentalist-lunatic farmer on the face of planet Earth?. a darling of
the environmental left but with increasing cachet and respect from the
religious right may make him the catalyst in bringing the two groups
together,? says the Christian Science Monitor.

Featured in Michael Pollan?s book, Omnivore?s Dilemma, and in the films
FRESH and FOOD, Inc., Joel himself is the author of six books including
Family Friendly Farming, Salad Bar Beef, and his latest, Everything I Want
To Do Is Illegal.   His speaking and writing reflect
dirt-under-the-fingernails experience punctuated with mischievous humor.
Joel passionately defends small farms, local food systems, and the right to
opt out of the conventional food paradigm.

Joel Salatin will be providing a public talk on Wednesday, December 9th at
the Faulkner Gallery at the Central Library in Santa Barbara, a lecture for
anyone who eats!   Salatin will inspire participants to engage in the
relocalization movement through his direct and honest experience.
 Following, on December 10th and 11th, Salatin will provide a 2-day
intensive training sharing his own successful farming and relationship
marketing model at Polyface Farms, and opening up the discussion to
relocalization opportunities and challenges for communities.

Joel Salatin Events - Carbon Economy Educational Series

?       Public Talk:  Pathways to Relocalization with Joel Salatin
Wednesday, December 9th, 7-9pm, $10 at the Faulkner Gallery, Santa Barbara
Central Library, 40 E. Anapamu St.

?       Intensive 2 Day Training: Pathways to Relocalization with Joel
Salatin
December 10-11, 2009 at Orella Ranch and El Capitan Canyon, north of Santa
Barbara on the Gaviota Coast .  Visit www.CarbonEconomySB.com to learn more
or register.

Inspired by results driven science and applications, the Carbon Economy
Educational Series brings speakers and educators to the Santa Barbara area
to share leading edge technology and practices aimed at providing real
world, applicable solutions to some of our most pressing environmental and
social problems.  The courses are convened and co-sponsored by Quail Springs
Permaculture Farm and Orella Ranch, with in-kind support from El Capitan
Canyon Resort, with a host of local, national, and international network
partners involved in the series.

Educators in the series this fall have included:  Elaine Ingham, PhD who
taught a 3 day intensive on the Soil Food Web, Compost and Compost Tea
Technologies; Darren Doherty and Kirk Gadzia who taught a 6 day training on
Sustainable Land Management, including Holistic Resource Management,
Broadacre Permaculture, and Keyline Design; and, Erin Sanborn standing in
for Gunter Pauli for Zero Emissions Research Initiatives training.   For
more information, please visit www.CarbonEconomySB.com.

Contacts:
Dave Fortson, Orella Ranch & LoaTree, david at loatree.com or 805.450.2357
Kolmi Majumdar, Quail Springs, carboneconomy at quailsprings.org or
805.886.7239
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Recent articles on Joel Salatin

www.hopedance.org/home/food-news/1603-joel-salatin-advocates-a-better-way-to-raise-food

www.mnn.com/food/farms-gardens/stories/joel-salatin-preaches-the-local-food-movement





-- 
Hooroo,
Darren J. Doherty

UPCOMING EVENTS

Bioneers, 'Rehydration Revolution: Hydrological & Carbon Farming', Marin
Center, San Rafael, CA, October 2009 (www.bioneers.org)

Principles and Techniques of Soil Building and Water Management, Aromas,
Salinas Valley, CA, November 1-3, 2009 (sponsored by www.noaa.gov)

Carbon Farming & Keyline Design Practical Courses, Mexico, October-November
2009 (sponsored by www.coas.com.mx)

Carbon Economy Course, Santa Barbara, CA, November 2009 (
www.carboneconomysb.com)
Stacked Modules on: Holistic Management, Soil Food Web, Broadacre
Permaculture, ZERI, Fungi, BioChar, Energy Systems & Pathways to
Relocalisation
with Kirk Gadzia (HMCE), Dr. Elaine Ingham, Darren Doherty, & Joel Salatin.

Keyline Design Course, University of Western Sydney, via 'Yobarnie',
Richmond, NSW, 14-16 January 2010 (www.milkwoodpermaculture.com.au)

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