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Yes, you read that right--Joel Salatin will be teaching a workshop on a farm in Oregon on September 2nd, just a few weeks from now, offering an exclusive training on building a sustainable farm business.
All farmers are welcome--whether you're brand new to farming or are a veteran in the field--and the workshop is specifically designed to help you grow your profitable farm.
All the proceeds will go to support this organization, the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF), our group of attorneys that works tirelessly to protect our rights and expand our freedoms for farm fresh food.
One of our board members, Charlotte Smith, has offered her farm in Oregon for the training. She loves bringing farmers together for in-person events whenever possible.
Sometimes farming can feel lonely and isolating, as if you're crazy for following such an unconventional dream as sustainable farming. Which is why it's essential to connect, network, and learn with other like-minded farmers, and you'll get that opportunity at this event!
During this half-day workshop, Joel will be presenting as well as FTCLDF President Elizabeth Rich, and Charlotte Smith will present a session on attracting your dream customers. And--your ticket price includes a copy of her new book, Farm Marketing from the Heart.
Lunch is also included, along with the opportunity to ask Joel your multitude of farming questions!
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.