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Dayton, OH 

Sunday, April 28, 2019
3:00 p.m.

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Journey to the American heartland in Bonnie Hawthorne's intimate documentary about a visionary Nebraska farm family who understood that modern agriculture was ailing, and found a cure. From farmer's son to soil scientist to missionary and back to farmer, organic pioneer David Vetter has dedicated his life to a "ministry to the soil." With both historical context and an eye to the future, Dreaming of a Vetter World shows it's possible to jump off conventional agriculture's pesticide treadmill. It's also a story about love, hope and place; an inspiring example of perseverance and doing what you know is right–against all odds. **FREE POPCORN**

Location:
The Neon Theater
130 E. 5th Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402

$5 tickets available online or at the door. A Q&A session with David Vetter will take place after the show at Old Scratch Pizza & Beer, located about 5 blocks from the theater at 812 South Patterson St. Space is limited to the first 12 RSVPs.

Contact:
Joseph Hadlock / 614-421-2022 /

http://www.neonmovies.com

 

Athens, OH 

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
7:00 p.m.

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Journey to the American heartland in Bonnie Hawthorne's intimate documentary about a visionary Nebraska farm family who understood that modern agriculture was ailing, and found a cure. From farmer's son to soil scientist to missionary and back to farmer, organic pioneer David Vetter has dedicated his life to a "ministry to the soil." With both historical context and an eye to the future, Dreaming of a Vetter World shows it's possible to jump off conventional agriculture's pesticide treadmill. It's also a story about love, hope and place; an inspiring example of perseverance and doing what you know is right–against all odds.

Location:
The Athena Cinema
20 S. Court Street
Athens, Ohio 45701

$10 tickets at the door.

Contact:
Joseph Hawthorne / 614-421-2022 /

http://athenacinema.com/dreamingofavetterworld

 

Class 6: Garden Practicum: Planting and Cultivation Techniques 

Saturday, May 18, 2019
10am – 1pm

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Garden Practicum: Planting and Cultivation Techniques (Class 6)

Instructors: Joshua Jones and Peter Huttinger

This is a series of Six Classes offered by the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and hosted by the Price Hill Recreation Center.
During the sessions, the group will work together to learn garden basics in the classroom and the Price Hill Community Garden. Class topics include growing fruits and vegetables naturally, seed starting, direct sowing seeds and potatoes, seasonal growing practices, managing pests, in addition to when and how to harvest, cook and store your garden bounty.

In addition through the Learn-Grow-Earn Program participants will have the opportunity to earn a garden bed for their home in exchange for participating in the garden classes, practicum and volunteer work.

Classes are FREE with advance registration

To REGISTER or for additional information contact:
Peter Huttinger (Contact information listed below)

Location:
Price Hill Community Garden
956 Purcell Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45205

Contact:
Peter Huttinger / 513-328-0100 /

https://turnerfarm.org/

 

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Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association
41 Croswell Rd.
Columbus OH 43214

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OEFFA: (614) 421-2022
OEFFA Certification: (614) 262-2022

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