Farmstead Chef: Organic Eating on a Dime

Lisa Kivirist - New Society Publishers
Workshop Level: Beginner
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Blending inspiration with practical how-to's, Rural Renaissance, a Mother Earth News Book for Wiser Living, captures the American dream of country living for contemporary times. Journey with the authors and experience their lessons, laughter and love for the land as they trade the urban concrete maze for a five-acre organic farm and bed and breakfast in southwestern Wisconsin. Rural living today is a lot more than farming. It's about a creative, nature-based and more self-sufficient lifestyle that combines a love of squash, solar energy, skinny dipping and serendipity.



Workshop Description

What’s the key ingredient to eating healthy, saving money and stewarding the planet? A return to our nation’s farmstead roots of independence, self-sufficiency and frugality. Learn simple, creative tips for rethinking household food budgets, from preserving the homegrown harvest to stocking the kitchen pantry.

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Speaker Bio

Lisa Kivirist is co-author of Farmstead Chef, ECOpreneuring and Rural Renaissance. She runs the award-winning Inn Serendipity and is a distinguished Kellogg Food & Society Policy Fellow and a national speaker championing the growing movement of women in sustainable agriculture and green business.

Visit www.farmsteadchef.com for more information.

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