February 10, 2016
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
We’re excited to be part of this important conversation about growing access to good food in our community! Come join the discussion (and see the thought-provoking photo exhibit) at Frontier on Wednesday February 10, at 6PM.
Feeding Maine: Growing Access to Good Food
A Photography Exhibit & Community Discussion
Frontier will show the new photo exhibit, Feeding Maine: Growing Access to Good Food, from January 12 – February 29. The show features photos by photographer Brendan Bullock, accompanied by writer Annie Murphy‘s captions, and highlights local food access efforts across Maine.
In conjunction with the exhibit, Maine Farmland Trust and Good Shepherd Food Bank will host a community discussion with local panelists about innovative projects that address hunger using local resources: rich farmland, skilled farmers, and community support. Panelists include Kristin Miale of Good Shepherd Food Bank, Karen Parker of Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program,Chris Cabot of Brunswick Topsham Land Trust & Kennebec Estuary Land Trust, and Nate Drummond of Six River Farm, facilitated by Sara Trunzo of Veggies For All. The event will be on February 10, at 6PM at Frontier.
The event is FREE, but please RSVP HERE.
The Feeding Maine photo exhibit is a collaboration between Maine Farmland Trust and Good Shepherd Food Bank and seeks to document some of the many people working for change in our communities across the state, with the hope that these efforts will continue to grow into a resilient food system that serves all Mainers.
Venue: Frontier Cinema