Food Resilience Action for Family and Community: Farmers and Markets

If the US has a Grand Master of family farming and marketing strategy, it’s likely Joel Salatin” ~ Catherine Austin Fitts

As you take stock of the food resources in your area, farmers and markets can supply what you don’t grow. Have fun with this opportunity. Visiting the local farmers market and taking a friend or neighbor is a great way to develop food resilience friends. Developing a relationship your farmers deepens all parties relationships and related resources.
Next week we will look at local organizations facilitating regional food resilience. ~ Solari Team



Wise Traditions podcast #180 Joel Salatin tells all

Wise Traditions podcast #180 Joel Salatin tells all


Resources: ‘Know your food and your farmer’

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  • From Ranch to Market – Our Farmers Market Process


  • From Ranch to Market - Our Farmers Market Process

    From Ranch to Market – Our Farmers Market Process


  • Meet the Farmers Reclaiming Puerto Rico’s Agricultural History
  • 2019 Healthy Soil Summit
  • $1000 A Week: Front-Yard Market Farming + Bicycle Delivery (w/ Jim Kovaleski)


  • $1000 A Week: Front-Yard Market Farming + Bicycle Delivery (w/ Jim Kovaleski)

    $1000 A Week: Front-Yard Market Farming + Bicycle Delivery (w/ Jim Kovaleski)


  • Urban Homestead: The transformation of an ordinary city lot…
  • Joel Salatin’s 3 Farming Principles
  • Joel Salatin on food relocalization
  • Joel Salatin Polyface Farms: We are in the redemption business: healing land, food, the economy and culture
  • 2016: Recommended: OTEPIC Kenya Project

Go to Food Series Commentaries: Gardening, Farmers and Markets, Organizations, and Storage