|2/28/2013||Film to address food movement|
The second in a series of four winter movie nights will be held Tuesday, March 5, at 5 p.m. in the Community Room of the West Custer County Library. Sustainable Ways, in conjunction with the Custer County Conservation District and the Library, will be hosting a screening of the film “Ingredients.”
The film explores a thriving local food movement where community, food-safety and flavor are commonplace. “Ingredients” is a journey across the United States that introduces farmers, chefs, and others who are bringing good food back to the table and teaching us ways we all can eat better. This documentary sparks the joy of discovery in creating a healthier, more sustainable model for living and eating well in a world in need of balance.
There is no admission charge and all are welcome. Visit www.ingredientsfilm.com to view the trailer for this film. For information about future films in the winter series visit www.sustainableways.org or call the Conservation District office at 783-2481.
Sustainable Ways is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, advocating and demonstrating sustainable ways of living in the Wet Mountain Valley. Custer County Conservation District is dedicated to helping landowners manage their natural resources.