An event every day that begins at 7:00pm, repeating until November 11, 2017
An event every 2 days that begins at 5:30pm, repeating until November 12, 2017
Celebrate the food revolution through the Monadnock Region! The Feast on This Film Festival features movies that educate our community about the diverse issues affecting our national, regional and local food and agricultural systems. We choose films that will spark conversation and action around building stronger local, regional and sustainable food systems. All films are open to the public.
Suggested donation per film: $10/per person or $30/film festival pass on sell at film venues the day of screening.
All proceeds go towards film & venue rentals and to the Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition.
6:30 pm, Friday, November 10, 2017 at Antioch University New England, Keene, NH — Hosted by Community Garden Connections
South Central LA — what comes to mind is gangs, drugs, liquor stores, abandoned buildings and vacant lots. The last thing you would expect to find is a beautiful garden sprouting up through the concrete, coloring the urban landscape.
Can You Dig This follows the inspirational journeys of four unlikely gardeners as they discover what happens when they put their hands in the soil. This is not a story of science and economics. It’s the story of the Human spirit, inspiring people everywhere to pick up their shovels and “plant some #%@!”.
Ten, 4-minute Real Food Media Popup Festival winning shorts feature real FOOD HEROES whose innovation in farming is changing the way the world eats! JOIN US as we honor local food hero, FARMER JOHN’S PLOT, who is dedicated to educating, empowering and employing the next generation of farmers, while providing sustainable food to our surrounding communities.
Cash bar and hors d’oeuvres.
Every week, 330 farm families leave their farms. The Last Crop is an intimate exploration into the lives of small family farmers Jeff and Annie Main of California’s Central Valley. Inextricably woven within these organic pioneers’ story is their ten-year pursuit to ensure that farm need not be imperiled at the end of every generation.
In the last year, NH lost 16% of its dairy farms. What is happening in the Monadnock Region? Find out how MFCC member organizations work with retiring farmers to address the delicate issues of farm transfer and planning, and help to get beginning farmers on to available land.