Evening with Joel Salatin

Brazos 4-H Archery Club [http://www.brazos-4h-archery.org/other-projects/]

Dallas-based organic produce pick-up and market Urban Acres presents “A Steward's Dinner” – a casual evening of cuisine and conversation with sought-after speaker, author, locavore, and third-generation alternative farmer Joel Salatin from 7-9 pm.

The evening will include a family style farm-to-table meal, each course prepared by local Dallas celebrity chefs: Graham Dodds of Central214, Sharon Hage of York Street, Chad Houser of Café Momentum, Nicole Van Camp of Chef Nicole’s Secret Supper Club, and Mark Molter of Tart Bakery. The ingredients will be donated by Urban Acres’ local organic farmers: Caprino Royale in Waco, Sand Creek Farm in Cameron, Larken Farms in Waxahachie, and Richardson Farms in Rockdale. Proceeds from the event will provide
scholarships for local farmers to participate in the Carbon Economy Series Workshop featuring Joel Salatin on March 27.

Tickets for “A Steward’s Dinner” are $125/person. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. Reservations can be made at www.urbanacresmarket.com/stewards-dinner.

Joel Salatin’s 550-acre Polyface Farm in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley is featured prominently in Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and the documentary films, Food, Inc. and Fresh. His unconventional farming practices have drawn attention from the alternative agriculture community, especially his staunch support of local farmers and insistence on selling his own food only to people who live within a four-hour drive of his farm.



Four Corners Brewing Co.
1311 S. Ervay St.
Dallas, TX 75215


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