CT NOFA’s Farm Film Night at Audubon Greenwich Nov. 10

CT NOFA’s Farm Film Night will feature the film, Polyfaces: A World of Many Choices, with guest speaker Jeff Cordulack from CT NOFA on Thursday, Nov. 10, from 6-9 p.m., at Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Road, Greenwich.

Do you envision a happy, healthy world that is filled with organic foods? The ‘regenerative model’ of food production could be just the thing we are looking to make this dream come true. Join Jeff Cordulack from CT NOFA this Thursday night to learn how organic ways can save us from climate change and meet population growth challenges — at the same time! Jeff will discuss innovative new models for the future of organic farming and its potential to reabsorb excess carbon dioxide and reverse climate change.

Joel Salatin and Polyface, his farm are making headlines worldwide. Join CT NOFA for a viewing of the brand new film, Polyfaces: A World of Many Choices. The film shows how they regenerate their landscapes, communities, local economies, customer’s health and most importantly their soils. We meet various characters and follow their powerful, personal journeys as they benefit physically and emotionally from the Salatin’s way of farming. If you eat, buy, or grow food – then this film is a must see! 

Fee: $15/person. Wine and cheese reception included. Reception: 6-7 p.m. Film and discussion: 7-9 p.m.

All proceeds benefit Audubon Greenwich and CT NOFA. Seating is limited so RSVP online or call 203-308-2584. Tickets/RSVP: https://ctnofa.wufoo.com/forms/farm-film-night/

More about the film

Set amidst the stunning Shenandoah Valley in northern Virginia, ‘Polyface Farm’ is led by the “the world’s most innovative farmer” (TIME) and uses no chemicals and feeds over 6,000 families and many restaurants and food outlets within a 3 hour ‘foodshed’ of their farm. This model is being replicated throughout our global village, proving that we can provide quality products without depleting our planet. ‘Polyfaces’ is an exciting documentary that features one of the world’s best farms in action. One Australian family spend their life savings and travel to the USA, spending 4 years documenting a style of farming that will help change the fate of humanity! It reveals how the Salatin family and their team are healing the land, regenerating the local economy, inspiring people all around the world, and feeding thousands of families with ethically produced, nutrient dense foods.  For a trailer, please visit the film’s website: www.polyfaces.com.

The CT NOFA mission is to ensure the growth and viability of organic agriculture, organic food, and organic land care in Connecticut. We envision a healthy, organic Connecticut founded on ecologically, socially and economically just principles. To support our mission and all things organic, contribute online today atwww.ctnofa.orgTo sign up for our monthly ‘Gleanings’ newsletter, sign up here:  http://ow.ly/BRSa305WATI


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