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Slow Living in the Heartland


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That reminds me, there is also a Shepherd's Way Dairy in Minnesota that suffered a devastaing fire (arson).  Read about how to help here.


Some one just emailed me this thread. I'm very new to egullet. I'm the co-leader for slow food wisconsin southeast and a chef. It looks like your getting some good ideas. If you need some more from Wisconsin or surounding states I or the leader could help.

Go Slow!

Chef Jack

PS Thats Sarah for passing this on!

Welcome, Chef Jack! Please share any ideas you may have. I'd love for this thread to become a living resource for all of us, going forward.


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Hey, has anyone here heard of "The Real Dirt on Farmer John"? It's a film based on a farmer in Caledonia, Illinois.

The Real Dirt on Farmer John is a personal documentary about John Peterson, a farmer, artist, and revolutionary innovative thinker cast in rural Illinois. Filmmaker Taggart Siegel has documented John's struggle to redefine his family farm for over twenty years, witnessing the colorful drama of John's life. Photographs and home movies spanning 70 years juxtapose with dynamic recent footage

You can watch the preview at the Angelic Organics web site.

Devotay, I am very interested in the progress of your book.

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