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We've held the tour on Polyface Farm for the past several years thanks to our gracious hosts, the Salatins. And next year, the event will be held somewhere new!
Which means if you haven't yet toured the iconic, sustainable Polyface Farm with the charismatic owner Joel Salatin as your guide, now is your chance! (This is the farm highlighted in Michael Pollan's book The Omnivore's Dilemma and featured in hit documentary Food, Inc.)
The special brunch features real food rockstars Robb Wolf, Diana Rodgers, Dallas Hartwig, Charles Mayfield, Drew Ramsey, and more!
See the outline below of the weekend's events just under the photo from last year's tour.
If you join us for the inspiring weekend, make sure you say "hello"! We'd love to meet you!
P.S. When you attend our events, you not only have a lovely time with like-minded folks and good food, you also support our food-freedom-expanding work. See what members Diana and Roland Reed of Reed Family Farms say about us below.
Join our hosts--Joel and Teresa Salatin, Daniel and Sheri Salatin--and appreciated guests for an exceptional multi-course local meal and excellent entertainment. This private event was specifically crafted by the Salatins to support our work.
Robb Wolf, Diana Rodgers, Dallas Hartwig, Charles Mayfield, Drew Ramsey, and Joel Salatin will connect the dots between food, fitness, sustainability and community over a gluten-free, paleo-friendly brunch.
Want more? Purchase an "Ask-Me-Anything" session with one (or all) of our experts for just $49 each before July 1!
"The Reed family owes our livelihood to the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund!
We can't be thankful enough for all of their support. Attorney Elizabeth Rich was there for us at every turn in the road, giving us the courage and strength we needed to fight and survive. [Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection] has met their match!!
We are so very grateful to all of you who make this possible! When you donate to FTCLDF, you help pay for services to protect farmers like us, and it means the world to us!"
-Roland and Diana Reed, Reed Family Farms
Help small farmers like the Reeds.When you Donate $100 or $150 now through June 30, you'll receive your choice of inspiring gifts.
Who We Are / What We Do
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit, defends the rights and broadens the freedoms of family farms and artisan food producers while protecting consumer access to raw milk and nutrient-dense foods.