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L&T Book Club Launch: December Book by Joel Salatin

L&T Book Club Launch: December Book by Joel Salatin

Our first book that we’ll be reading for the launch of the Land & Table Book Club is by self-professed ‘lunatic’ farmer Joel Salatin. Like all his books, ‘Folks This Ain’t Normal’ is a thought provoking read. We’ll be reading it through December and then will discuss the book in our first meeting on Thursday, January 5th (7:00-8:30pm) at the Bedford Central public Library in the town of Bedford.

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L&T Book Clubs! Coming In 2023

L&T Book Clubs! Coming In 2023

Books have played an important role for many of us in our journey to embracing regenerative agriculture, eating local, and self-reliant living. We are launching several pilot L&T Book Club groups in 2023.

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Welcoming the Tree Swallow (Amherst) – 9/17/22

Welcoming the Tree Swallow (Amherst) – 9/17/22

Join us Saturday, September 17 (5-7pm) at Brooklyn Hills Ranch in Amherst County, Virginia for a potluck and hands on demonstration of building Tree Swallow bird houses. We will be discussing the importance of welcoming these small but mighty birds and the role they play on a holistically managed farm or homestead.

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Farm Social: Bramble Hollow Farm (Montvale) – 9/20/22

Farm Social: Bramble Hollow Farm (Montvale) – 9/20/22

Join us on Tuesday, September 20 (6-8pm) for a farm social, potluck, and tour at Bramble Hollow Farm in Montvale, Virginia . We will also be welcoming the Roanoke Regional Food System Partnership for some cross-pollinating conversations on building local foodsheds.

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Building An Outdoor Pizza Oven (Amherst) – 8/20/22

Building An Outdoor Pizza Oven (Amherst) – 8/20/22

Earthen building with cob construction methods is an ancient but timeless way to bring dreams to reality using local materials. Join us at Brooklyn Hills Ranch on Saturday, August 20 (4-7pm) for a potluck and hands-on skillshare where we will demonstrate how to build an outdoor pizza oven using cob building techniques.

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Assessing Mineral Balance (Amherst): 7/16/22

Assessing Mineral Balance (Amherst): 7/16/22

What are some of the symptoms we can look for when visually diagnosing mineral imbalances in both plants and our own bodies? Join us for a lively discussion that will delve into some of the similarities between the biological needs of soil, plant, and human health.

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