Nourishing Our Community Film Screening Event at Wilton Library

Anna Lappe, sustianable food advocate and author of Diet for a Hot Planet
Anna Lappe, sustainable food advocate and author of Diet for a Hot Planet

The Fairfield Green Food Guide and Fairfield Organic Teaching Farm have teamed up to screen Nourish the film at libraries and other community and environmental organizations in Fairfield County. Hosted and narrated by Cameron Diaz, Nourish features interviews with best-selling author Michael Pollan, sustainable food advocate Anna Lappe, eco-chef Bryant Terry, pediatrician Dr. Nadine Burke, and organic farmer Nigel Walker. With beautiful visuals and inspiring stories, Nourish traces our relationship to food from a global perspective to personal action steps. Nourish the film was created by WorldLink, an Emmy Award-winning media group with twenty years’ experience in designing education and outreach programs, in order to deepen our national dialog about our food.

michael-pollan“Food is not just fuel. Food is about family, food is about community, food is about identity. And we nourish all those things when we eat well.”
— Michael Pollan from Nourish the film

Click here to see a trailer.

On Wednesday, November 17, Wilton Library will host the Fairfield County premiere of Nourish the movie. Immediately after the 30-minute film screening, a special panel of influential members of the local sustainable food community will discuss their work and take audience questions during an hour-long, moderated panel discussion.

Guest Panelists:

  • Master Farm Annie Farrell of Millstone Farm,
  • Award-winning chef/owner of the Schoolhouse at Cannondale restaurant Tim LaBant,
  • Biology and AP Environmental Science teacher and founder of the Wilton High School edible school garden Jim Hunter,
  • Moderator: Analiese Paik, Founder & Editor, Fairfield Green Food Guide

Food, Wine & Networking:

Guests are welcome to stay to enjoy small bites from the Schoolhouse at Cannondale and organic wine while networking with the panelists, exhibitors and other guests.

This is a free, family-appropriate event, but registration is required. Please contact the Wilton Library at 203-762-3950 ext. 213 to register.

Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton, CT.


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