“From Fencerows to Foodsheds”
August 2, 2015 @ 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm| $15 – $20
This is a special documentary featuring several Batesville area farmers and local food advocates talking about where our food comes from and how we are working to rebuild our local food system and why it is so important. Batesville, IN and Elkhart County, IN were chosen to work with Purdue Extension’s Local foods project in 2014, and Janet Katz, working on her thesis, chose to profile those farmers and food advocates in her project.
If you are interested in supporting local food, promoting local food, and buying local food, see this movie. If you are not convinced how important local food is, this movie will certainly open your eyes.
Tickets are $15.00 donation in advance, $20.00 at the door. Tickets are available at the Batesville Farmers Market, Batesville Chamber of Commerce, Michaela Farm, Alpine Berry Farm and by calling Bonnie Robbins at 812-716-0390. Donation includes the documentary, picnic, and raffle.
Who will you see in the documentary? Batesville Intermediate School principal Dr. Jere Schoettmer, Batesville Intermediate School cafeteria manager Jane Tekulve, Ann and Randy Salatin, Chef Adam Israel, Mayor Rick Fledderman, Batesville School’s superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts, area food advocate Sister Claire Whalen, Michaela Farm manager Chris Merkel, former Michaela Farm head gardener Rebekah Miller, Alpine Berry Farm’s Kathy Cooley, Langeland Farm’s Patty Fischer, Tub Creek Farm’s Bonnie Robbins, area produce grower Lucas Ludwig, Margaret Mary Health CEO Tim Putman and Margaret Mary Health Nutrition Services Director Trish Hunter, and lots of area school children!