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Sustainable farming for the future

Sustainable farming guru, Joel Salatin, the man Time magazine calls the ‘worlds most famous farmer’, came to Byron Bay’s The Farm on Sunday to give a sold-out presentation on how to feed the planet without destroying it. Video Sharon Shostak

 


2 responses to “Sustainable farming for the future”

  1. Len Heggarty says:

    From littlle things big things grow…. so first, you have to sow the seed.

  2. Nadia de Souza Pietramale says:

    Joel was very interesting, at the end of the day he made a strange, generalized comment, for some one that cares about sustainability. ‘If you need to get a bulldoze through to open access just do it”. Perhaps the heat got to his brain, the venue was very hot, in a tin shed the whole day.

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