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“Earth Week Lecture” | Joel Salatin | April 27, 2012 | Colorado College

Feeding grain to pigs and chickens, says @JoelSalatin, is ecologically wasteful. On homesteads, pigs foraged and chickens ate kitchen scraps. Herbivore-based cultures relied on nature rather than performing the work of tillage. [24:30] In the future, we will, of necessity,

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Joel Salatin, “Dancing with Dinner: The Dynamics of Healthy Food Chains”, Colorado College

Many of the stories about ecological approaches to agriculture come from the methods employed by Joel Salatin. Joel Salatin is on the forefront of what may be the most important global issue facing the world today: How to create a

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