The 3rd Annual North Olympic Peninsula Farming Film Festival introduces you to farmers in India, France, California, Southeastern states, and Maine. Don't miss this inspiring six-week film series featuring the various faces of regenerative farming in the world of today.
Tonight’s film, One Man, One Cow, One Planet, follows Peter Proctor, New Zealand’s father of biodynamics, along the back roads of rural India, revealing the miracle of organics and the farmers who are reclaiming their agricultural heritage. Local efforts will be highlighted in a discussion after each film.
Co-sponsored by Friends of the Trees Society, Global Earth Repair Foundation, and Friends of the Port Townsend Library.
Films will be shown in the Pink House/Library Learning Center at the Library.