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Joel Salatin: Author, Environmentalist, Capitalist & Lunatic Farmer

Saturday, March 8 - 7pm
Lecture:An Evening with Joel Salatin
Perdue Hall, Bennett Family Auditorium, Salisbury University
Best-selling author and sustainable farming guru Salatin is a third generation farmer and author of eight books. His farm achieved iconic status when featured in Michael Pollans Omnivores Dilemma and the award winning film documentary Food Inc. Salatin has been described by The New York Times as Virginia's most multifaceted agrarian since Thomas Jefferson [and] the high priest of the pasture. Sponsored by the Eastern Shore Regional Library and the Environmental Studies Department.
more information contact Rachael Stein at 410-742-1537

Mt. Hermon Plow Days

Event Date: 
04/02/2011 - 10:00am - 5:00pm

Where: 31493 Mt. Hermon Road near Salisbury

Admission: Free, Donations appreciated

Website: http://adkinsfarmmarket.com/www.adkinsfarmmarket.com/Plow%20Days.html

Arlington's Natural Meats

Candy Anderson

Welcome to Arlington's Natural Meats where we sell Angus beef and Duroc pork raised on our farm directly to you. We are committed to humanely raising animals. Everything we sell is born and raised on our farm, so you can rest assured that our meats are hormone, antibiotic, and animal by-product free.

You can find us at local farmers' markets and at "special delivery" sites throughout the DelMarVa region. Our convenient on-line pre-ordering makes pick-up easy on market day. Or, for those with large freezers or large groups of like-minded friends, you may want to consider "cowpooling". A whole beef can divided for up to six families, all separately boxed, and delivered to a location of your choosing anywhere within 100 miles of our farm.

Whether you try one of our family or variety packages or buy a few hamburgers to grill this weekend, we're certain you will agree that being part of the local food movement by "eating where you live" is delicious.

Greenbranch Farm

Ted Wycall

We are a small, family owned farm currently specializing in a wide variety of vegetables and berries. We also raise grass-fed/ grass-finished beef cattle, pastured pigs, pastured poultry,and eggs from pastured, free ranging chickens. Added hormones, antibiotics, and synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers have absolutely no place in our farming practices.

Andy's Burger Night (Revisited)

Event Date: 
01/30/2011 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm

It's A Burger Tasting !!

If you thought the arrival of cold weather meant you'd have to wait a few months for great local food events, think again.

We're pairing beef from four local producers with vegetables from Colchester & Homestead Farms and bread from Against the Grain . Dessert includes local apples & cheese.
The cider is courtesy of Lockbriar Farm and beer will be available from 16 Mile Brewery.

We' ll be cooking sliders on the grill - just a few ounces each,
so you can sample 'em all- or at least two or three !
The farmers will be on hand to talk about their farms and products. We'll even have a group of local musicians playing open - mic style throughout the event.

Burgers provided by

Cedar Run Farm Beef
St Brigid's Farm Beef
Sassafras River Beef
Crow Farm Beef

Vegetables by Colchester and Homestead Farms

Bread from Against the Grain

Cider from Lockbriar Farm and beer from 16 Mile Brewery

Sunday January 30th
1 to 4pm

Unity Nursery Headquarters
rt 213 outside of Church Hill, Md

Tickets $10; $12 at the door (children under 15 free)

Fool's Grove Homestead

Liz La Posta

Fool's Grove Homestead is a family project, not quite a farm, but more than a garden, located on 1.7 acres in rural Delmar, Maryland. We are slowly converting our yard into a garden and orchard of dwarf fruit trees, blackberries, blue berries, raspberries and grapes. We also have our own flock of chickens for egg production. We use chicken manure, traditional composting, and worm composting to fertilize our garden and orchard. We will not use any herbicides, or pesticides on our garden. Our chickens live in a home made coop with enclosed run due to dog attacks, but they do some pasture when we are home to keep an eye on them. They are cage free, and anti-biotic free.

This'll do Farm

-Grass fed lamb (also conventional) - Contact Re 'Amazing' Grazin'

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