Radical farmer Joel Salatin in conversation with Dumbo Feather
Joel Salatin, the most famous farmer in the world, is joining us for the fourth event in the Dumbo FeatherConversation Series on Tuesday 23 October.
“For the folks who say farming can’t be profitable or enjoyable or that farming inherently destroys the ecology, I look forward to opening your eyes to a brand new world of opportunities. I heard an old saying, “If someone has done it, then it can be done”. I encourage anyone whose spirit resonates with these goals to come and join in the conversation,” says Joel Salatin.
Joel will chat with modern day hunter-gatherer Rohan Anderson (Whole Larder Love), who is featured in our current issue.
“Joel is a beacon of hope for so many in the agricultural industry looking for something real, and more natural. He’s an inspiration for all of us as food consumers, to question our daily food choices. To have been invited to host the conversation with Joel is a real mindblowing honour for me. I can’t wait to sit down and chat.” says Rohan Anderson
The pair will discuss Joel’s radical farming methods—which have revolutionised the way thousands think about animals, produce and life. Having authored seven books and countless articles, Joel has empowered farmers the world-over to control their produce from paddock to plate.
WHAT: Joel Salatin in conversation with Rohan Anderson
WHERE: Community/Linen Room, The Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers Street, Abbotsford
WHEN: 7:30pm, Thursday 23 October
HOW: Tickets $25 ($20 students) at Eventbrite
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Pray the Devil Back to Hell is the extraordinary story of a band of Liberian women who came together to end a brutal civil war and bring peace to their shattered country. Armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of their convictions they staged a silent protest outside of the Presidential Palace and demanded a resolution to the country’s civil war. Their actions were a critical element in bringing about agreement during the stalled peace talks.
Pray the Devil Back to Hell reconstructs the events through interviews, archival footage and striking images of contemporary Liberia. Inspiring, uplifting, and most of all motivating, it is compelling testimony to the potential of women and of grassroots activism worldwide to alter the history of nations.
WHAT: Inhouse screening of Pray the Devil Back to Hell
WHERE: Dumbo Feather HQ: 11 Princes Street, St. Kilda
WHEN: Monday 24th September, 2012 :: 7.30-10pm