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Food-themed film series kicks off at England Run library next week
The Central Rappahannock Regional Library’s “Cultivating Community” program continues this month and next with a series of food-themed films shown at the England Run branch.
The series kicks off on Thursday (May 17) at 7 p.m. with a screening of the film, “Fresh,” a documentary about the back-to-basics movement to reform the country’s food system. A trailer for the film is included below. It features many of the superstars of this movement, including author Michael Pollan and Virginia farmer Joel Salatin.
Full information on the film series can be found here.
Additional films are:
May 31 – “Truck Farm,” about an urban farmer’s garden in the back of a pickup truck.
June 14 – “Farming Forward,” about the diversity of family farms in Minnesota.
June 28 – “The Egg & I,” a comedy about a couple of newlyweds who take on an abandoned chicken farm.
All screenings are free to the public and begin at 7 p.m.
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