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Focusing on The Future of Food

There will be a screening of Unbroken Ground, a film from Patagonia Provisions, followed by an interactive discussion with local farmers and food experts on April 5. Sustainable snacks and a book signing of Letters to a Young Farmer will take place at 7pm. The screening of the documentary film on sustainable food will begin at 7:20pm. A discussion with farming and food experts from Stone Barns, Back 40 Farm and Fleisher’s Craft Butchery will be held at 8pm.

This event is free and students are welcome. Community partners include Greenwich Public Library, Patagonia, Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture, Back 40 Kitchen, Back 40 Farm, End Allergies Together, Greenwich Land Trust, Fairfield Greenwich Cheese Company, Greenwich YMCA, Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Greenwich High School Branch, Environmental Action Group of Greenwich High School, Fleishers Craft Butchery, Garden Education Center of Greenwich, Mike’s Organic Delivery, Sam Bridge Nursery and Greenhouses, Sleepy Cat Farm, and BYO Greenwich.

For more information and tickets, visit Location: Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Public Library, 101 West Putnam Ave, Greenwich.

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