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SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL   APRIL 5TH 7PM  MAIN ST STAGE SEBASTOPOL

 Symphony of the Soil a new documentary film by Deborah Koons Garcia, who brought us The Future of Food – broadens and deepens our knowledge about the conventional food system that is poisoning us – there is no other way to say it – and the path to clean, local food.

This is an excellent, MUST SEE film – Some of your favorite farmers* are in it!
Saturday, April 5th, 7 p.m.
Main Stage West in the heart of downtown Sebastopol, 104 N. Main Street
Seating is limited so please register your attendance on line at hotpeppers@pon.net.
Everyone who attends is eligible for entry to a raffle for $50 in Sebastopol Market bucks
Admission is FREE! Call Paula at 829-3494 for more information.
Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market helped with this project.
Wheelchair accessibleDrawing from ancient knowledge and cutting edge science, Symphony of the Soil is an artistic exploration of the miraculous substance soil. By understanding the elaborate relationships and mutuality between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals, we come to appreciate the complex and dynamic nature of this precious resource. The film also examines our human relationship with soil, the use and misuse of soil in agriculture, deforestation and development, and the latest scientific research on soil’s key role in ameliorating the most challenging environmental issues of our time. Filmed on four continents, featuring esteemed scientists and working farmers and ranchers, Symphony of the Soil is an intriguing presentation that highlights possibilities of healthy soil creating healthy plants creating healthy humans living on a healthy planet

*Favorite Farmers featured include Paul and Elizabeth Kaiser of Singing Frogs Farm
Singing Frogs Farm advance their philosophy that low impact farming leads to delicious nutrient, dense food.  Paul and Liz are proving no-till farming (never disturbing on breaking up the soil) leads to improved soil organic matter.  As Liz says, “All that good stuff in the soil means good stuff in the fruit – which means it is more nutritious and tastes better.”  Singing Frogs Farm is garnering all sorts of localand national attention for their farming practices, i

Thank you Les from Offerings of the Land for working so hard to make sure people get a chance to see this film!

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