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Joel Salatin: Endorsements for Radtke, Kwiatkowski in Tuesday’s primaries

Where we are as a culture is the physical manifestation of billions of individual decisions over the last decades–including the decision to become involved in the governance process


Film on sustainable farming to premiere in Waynesboro

American Meat, a feature documentary about a grassroots revolution in sustainable farming starring Virginia’s own Joel Salatin and his Polyface Farms, will have its world premiere July 9 at Waynesboro’s Zeus Theater and July 10 at Staunton’s Visulite Theater. Reported and directed by filmmaker Graham Meriwether, the movie explains how America arrived at its current […]


Freedom of food

Joel Salatin, famous for Polyface Farm and being a part of the film “Food Inc.,” is going to be in Staunton on Saturday, Sept. 4, speaking on food issues to Transition Staunton-Augusta. The presentation will take place from 7:30 p.m until 9:00 p.m at Gypsy Hill Place in Staunton. Polyface Farm has been in Salatin’s […]


Salatin to speak on farming at BC

Joel Salatin, one of the nation’s leading exponents of sustainable agriculture – in particular, grass farming – will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, in Cole Hall at Bridgewater College. In 1961, Salatin’s parents purchased a worn-out and eroded farm in Swoope. By planting trees, building huge compost piles, digging ponds, moving cows daily […]