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People curious about the the possibilities of a rich, productive farm landscape without vast monoculture crops are encouraged to attend the first Food Film Series offering Friday, July 7th at Scratch Brewery in Ava, Illinois.
In July, Food Works and Scratch are hosting a movie night every Friday and the first film, Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective, shows small and large examples of a farm model that renews the land, preserves biodiversity and partners effectively with nature.
"You will be inspired by the life-affirming possibilities shown in this film whether you have only a kitchen flower pot or a thousand acres," said Kathleen Logan Smith, Food Works Executive Director.
“It’s a feast for the eyes and filling food for thought.”
Films will be shown at dusk at Scratch Brewery at 264 Thompson Rd in Ava, Illinois.
The other films in the series focus on food sovereignty and security. They are: Seed: The Untold Story (July 14); American Meat (July 21); and Greening the Revolution (July 28).
There is no charge for admission. A $5 donation is suggested.