Doylestown Food Co-op and Bucks County Foodshed Alliance present Locavore at County Theater.
On June 6 at 7:30p.m., the Doylestown Food Co-op and the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance will present Locavore, an inspiring and upbeat documentary about the benefits of returning home to our food supply.
Locavore is a documentary that takes an optimistic and informative approach to presenting the benefits of sourcing food locally. Digging deep into our basic human connection to the land and agrarian life, the film takes a positive look at the benefits to our health and to our communities when we reconnect with our farmers and local food producers.
Encouraging us as individuals and communities to incorporate food growing into our every day spaces, Locavore emphasizes the importance of rediscovering the basic gardening skills that we lost as a result of the industrialization.
The film is the second installment of the Farm Fresh Film Series, four documentary films that tackle the issues inherent in our food system today. Part of a community outreach project, the film series promotes the idea that what we put in our bodies impacts our health, our community, and our world. Each film is followed by a panel discussion, and we encourage the community to ask questions and participate in the conversation.
Cost: $10 ($8 for Co-op members). Buy your tickets online here!