Monday, February 20, 2012

Greenhorns: a Documentary on America's Young Farmers

The Greenhorns documentary is coming to the Twin Cities this March.

The Greenhorns is a national non-profit with the mission to recruit, support, and promote young farmers in America. They work to bring people together around the agrarian revival taking place all over this land of ours. Last spring, the released a 45-minute documentary telling the stories of the young farmers who are the face of the Agricultural Renaissance.

The newly updated, 50-minute version will be screened at three locations in the Twin Cities in March:
  • March 8th at Macalester College in St. Paul, 7 PM in the James B. Wallace auditorium in the basement of the Campus Center. Sponsored by MPIRG
  • March 12th at Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis, 7-9 PM, with a panel to follow. Sponsored by the Land Stewardship Project
  • March 27th at the Casket Cinema in the Casket Arts Building in NE Minneapolis, 7-10 PM with panel to follow. In collaboration with California Street Farm
All screenings have been generously sponsored by The Wedge Co-op, The Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, and Stone's Throw Urban Farm.

Contact Emily Hanson, Farmer and CSA Manager at Stone's Throw Urban Farm with questions. 651-323-0037.

[where: Sustainable Food, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Twin Cities, Minnesota]

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