Tickets Available Now for Farm-to-Table Dinner on Fri, Oct 20, with Joel Salatin!

Joel Salatin of Polyface Farm

Friends, tickets are now available for a Farm-to-Table dinner with Joel Salatin at Water Street Seafood in Corpus Christi on Friday, October 20th, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.  Click here to reserve your seats now.

Join us for evening of great conversation, excellent entertainment, and locally-raised food cooked to its perfection.  Joel Salatin, the internationally-acclaimed speaker, author, and farmer, will give a fascinating presentation about local food during the dinner.  All proceeds will benefit local farmers impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

This family-style dinner will feature the fresh produce, grass-feed beef, pastured chicken, lamb, and more from local farms impacted by Hurricane Harvey:  Spirit Pioneering Farm, Whole Earth Farm, Turkey Hollow Farm, Palo Verde Cattle Company, and Groundswell Farm.  The farmers will also be honored at the dinner.

There will be cocktails and a meet-and-greet with Joel Salatin, one of the most dynamic and influential speakers in America.  You can also sign up to receive an autographed copy of Joel Salatin’s groundbreaking book, Folks, This Ain’t Normal, when you reserve your tickets.    

We invite you to join us for this landmark farm-to-table dinner in South Texas.  Don’t miss this premiere event featuring amazing food, a fascinating speaker, and a great cause!

Click here to reserve your seats now!

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors Water Street Seafood, SpringCure Foundation, The Bend Magazine, Oh Goodie Designs + Events, and Hester’s Cafe for making this event possible!

About Joel Salatin

Joel Salatin is considered “the most famous farmer in the world” and “the most innovative farmer in America”.  Salatin was featured in the New York Times bestseller Omnivore’s Dilemma and the award-winning documentary Food Inc. He has published ten books, numerous videos, and most recently the acclaimed Polyfaces Film.  Salatin is owner of the multi-generational Polyface Farm in Virginia.  He travels the world speaking to groups as diverse as Wall Street CEO’s, rural farmers in Australia, and the Royal Family in England.

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