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You read that right—Joel Salatin will ALSO be joining us in Kentucky on Friday, August 10 for our second exclusive workshop on building a sustainable farm business! The Profitable Farm Workshops are 4-hour workshops led by Joel, Elizabeth Rich from FTCLDF, and Charlotte Smith from 3 Cow Marketing. During the workshops we will be discussing farm marketing, navigating laws and regulations applicable to your farm, and how to make your farm profitable. This is a unique event because we limit the number of tickets available to ensure an intimate setting and to make sure all of your questions are answered. And don't just take it from me—read below to see what attendees from last year's workshop had to say.
All proceeds from both events will go to support the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund so we can continue to protect the rights and freedoms to farm fresh food.
So please join us in welcoming Joel to Oregon & Kentucky! Space is limited and we are expected to sell out of tickets.
It will be an amazing opportunity and we do hope to see you there.
Oh, and please do forward this to all the farmers you know who are eager to build their own sustainable and profitable farms.
Event Info for Oregon Where: Champoeg Creamery in St. Paul, Oregon When: Saturday, July 7, 2018 Time: 9:30AM - 2:30PM Cost: $200 What does my ticket include?
The 4-hour workshop includes a workbook, boxed lunch, and a copy of Charlotte's book, Farm Marketing from the Heart, and a tour of the milking parlor!
I left feeling comfortable knowing that however small my farm is, I am an integral part of a bigger farm community.
- KIRSTEN S., 2017 Workshop Attendee
We met and sat at the feet of our true hero in food choice.
- JO H., 2017 Workshop Attendee
This was a "Once In A Lifetime" event for me. All of the nuggets are swimming around in my head right now. Rest assured I will put them to good use in BOTH of my businesses.
- SANDY L., 2017 Workshop Attendee
Meeting Joel Salatin was an opportunity that definitely delivered. A huge thanks goes out to... the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund for making this happen.
- NATHAN C., 2017 Workshop Attendee
Who We Are/What We Do
Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund (FTCLDF), 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.