Straight & Arrow

A more sustainable approach to clothing

Went to a talk between Joel Salatin (owner of Polyface Farms and author who has featured in both Food Inc. and The Omnivores Dilemma) and Rohan Anderson (the man behind the book and website Whole Larder Love) tonight in Abbotsford. It was really interesting to see what these two guys had to say about the current disconnection between consumers and their food, society’s perceptions regarding food and related topics. To say it was food for thought is a little cliche’, but pretty much right on the money. Not to mention the links I could draw between this more sustainable approach to living and the ‘greening’ of the clothing industry. Twas very very interesting.

Went to a talk between Joel Salatin (owner of Polyface Farms and author who has featured in both Food Inc. and The Omnivores Dilemma) and¬†Rohan Anderson (the man behind the book and website¬†Whole Larder Love) tonight in Abbotsford. It was really interesting to see what these two guys had to say about the current disconnection between consumers and their food, society’s perceptions regarding food and related topics. To say it was food for thought is a little cliche’, but pretty much right on the money. Not to mention the links I could draw between this more sustainable approach to living and the ‘greening’ of the clothing industry. Twas very very interesting.

1 year ago

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