Farm Raid: Farm to Fork Dinner

Photo: Monte speaking to over 100 of his “Farm to Fork” guests–some of whom drove from as far as away as 600 miles to be at the dinner–to report that the Southern Nevada Health Inspector Mary Cox had just thrown out the organic meats Chef Gio had prepared for guests. Laura stands by his side.

Friday night, October 21, 2011, Quail Hollow Farm, a Nevada CSA with devoted customers and interns, was having a dinner party: the Farm to Fork First Annual Dinner Party, in fact. Food — much of it from the farm and none of it from supermarkets — was being prepared, guests were arriving, all was good until … until a state Health Inspector showed up.

What happened next (and what is continuing to happen) is hard to stomach.

Click here to get the story from the people who were there. Don’t miss the video interviews on the right.

Twenty years ago, it would have been hard to believe this could happen in America. Not now. Especially now that we’ve read too many of stories just like this and seen the movie Farmageddon*. It is happening in America. Far too frequently.

Raids like this are why FFFKy.org came to be.

“He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.”
- Declaration of Independence

 

*If you’d like us to bring a showing of Farmageddon to you, please contact us.

Sally Oh lives in the Bluegrass area of Kentucky with her husband of 21 years and two gigantic sons. She is a Weston A. Price chapter leader, a real food blogger and farm food freedom activist. There’s a real food rEVOLution going on — thanks for being part of it!

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