Interested in supporting the efforts of small family farmers? Come join fellow foodies and farm lovers at a screening of the film “The Last Crop,” a documentary that captures the story of Jeff and Annie Main of local Good Humus Produce and the couple’s vision to preserve their property for the next generation.
The film screenings (there are three) are hosted by a new organization called “One Farm at a Time, “a collaborative project that encourages investment in the future of local farms and seeks to ensure the long-term sustainability of these farms. The project’s first goal is to purchase an easement to preserve Good Humus Produce in Capay Valley.
For more information about One Farm at a Time, contact Julia Thomas at the Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op, (916) 736-6800 x 151; firstname.lastname@example.org
The screenings will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker and farmers featured in the documentary.
When: Friday, April 23, at 6:30 pm
Where: Silvina’s Basket, 816 Main Street
Cost: $25; Includes dinner and dessert.
Reservations: (530) 350-2599
When: Wednesday, April 28, at 7 pm
Where: Eleanor Roosevelt Circle Community Room, 675 Cantrill Drive
Tickets: Available at the Davis Food Co-op, (530) 758-2667
When: Friday, April 30, screenings at 5:30 pm and 8:30 pm
Where: Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Community Learning Center, 1914 Alhambra Boulevard
Cost: $10; Organic snacks, beer and wine will be available
Reservations: Call 916-455-2667 or visit www.sacfoodcoop.com