Two Films: FREE
You Wanted to be a Farmer: a Discussion of Scale, April 17
Rural Vermont and the Upper Valley Food Co-op host “You Wanted to be a Farmer: A Discussion of Scale” film screening on April 17th, at 7 pm,
Upstairs at the Co-op, Upper Valley Food Co-op, White River Junction. Courtesy of Food for Maine’s Future, the new documentary takes a bottom-up look at food policy and raises important questions about the need for scale-appropriate regulation for neighbors feeding neighbors. Based on real and current events in Blue Hill, Maine. Free and open to the public.
Sweetwater, April 19
Third Thursday Movie, April 19, 7 PM.
An elegy to the American West showing the last sheep drive up into Montana’s breathtaking and dangerous Beartooth Mountains. This astonishingly beautiful, yet unsparing film reveals a world in which nature and culture, animals and humans, vulnerability and violence are all intimately meshed.
Organic popcorn and cider!
For more info, call Rural Vermont at (802) 223-7222 or visit: www.ruralvermont.org