How America's most famous farmer can appeal to left, right and center



How America's most famous farmer can appeal to left, right and center
Good thing his evil-chicken-company shirt is just one of many. He owns others embroidered with their original owners' names. Some days he's Carlos, other days he's Tommy. Like the movement he embodies, you can't pin Joel Salatin down. It's right there …
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In search of grunge amid booming Seattle
Women's boutique Horseshoe has clothing and accessories with a nod to Americana style (dresses by Prairie Underground, earmuffs by Pendleton, boots by Frye). Lucca Great Finds has just that (ceramics by Astier de Villatte; embroidered pillows and …
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