August 9, 2016
Tonight at The Roxy in Burlington, Vermont, director Lisa Heenan will be hosting a screening of Polyfaces, a documentary that showcases the Salatin Family's Polyface Farm. Polyface practices multi-species grazing: broilers follow turkeys, who follow layers, who follow cattle. Pigs inhabit the woods. Vegetables abound. Polyface is a thriving food hub that shows how ecologically and economically profitable regenerative agriculture can be. We can learn a lot from the Salatins, and this is a unique opportunity for the Vermont community to come together, watch an incredible film, and hang around to network afterward. We'll be there. Will you?Early in the Morning, written by Lisa Heenan and sung by producer Isaebella Doherty:
The long trailer, that is well worth your ten minutes:
Darren, Lisa, and myself. These are fantastic people.
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
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