RegenAG is happy to announce a public talk at Northey Street City Farm with none other than Joel Salatin, the Lunatic Farmer himself! Joel Salatin of PolyFace Farms is a world-leading example of how a small family farm can become an extremely diverse and profitable Local Food producer, and how the benefits of Local Food Systems can create resilience, stability and abundance for both local farmers and the wider community. Joel brings a lifetime of natural and profitable farming experience to this, his first Australian lecture series. Featured in Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and in the films FRESH and FOOD, Inc., Joel and his family at Polyface Farms exemplify successful small-scale farming and the growing relocalization movement. An electrifying speaker, Joel is also the author of six books including “Salad Bar Beef”, “Everything I Want To Do is Illegal – war stories from the local food front” and his latest “The sheer ecstasy of being a Lunatic Farmer”. He is a fulltime farmer of the highly successful Polyface Farms, and recipient of the Heinz International Award for Environmental Leadership. When: 4th December 2010 @ 6pm Where: Northey Street City Farm Cost: $20 Adult/Kids Free Complimentary Food Connect nibbles and other fabulous fare from the Chai Cafe can be purchased on the night. Bookings: www.RegenAG.com This RegenAG event is proudly presented by FreeRange Permaculture in association with FoodConnect, Queensland Conservation Grow-Local, and Northey Street City Farm, with introduction by the one and only Costa Georgiadis!! RegenAG will donate a dollar from each ticket sale to NSCF. This will then be match dollar for dollar by Jack Johnson's (yes that guy with the guitar) Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation!