October 19th @6PM
Panel and Roundtable Discussion of ideas raised by Dr. David Montgomery’s books Dirt: the Erosion of Civilizations and Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life - Facilitated by Dr. Mark C. Long of Keene State College
Stonewall Farm - 242 Chesterfield Rd. Keene, NH
Parking available on site
To register contact at 603-756-2988 ext.116 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Natural and Cultural History of Soil:
Cultivating Fertile Soil, Generating Resilient Communities
The Natural and Cultural History of Soil is a series of educational events on the theme of soil as the foundation of a healthy food system - - and society. Macarthur Fellow, scientist, and author, Dr. David R. Montgomery, will share his research on the history and future of soil here in the Monadnock region in November with complimentary events in October leading up to his talks.
Dr. Montgomery will visit from the University of Washington and offer two talks in early November.
Leading up to Dr. Montgomery’s visit there will be a film showing of Dirt! The Movie on October 3rd and facilitated panel and round table book discussion led by Dr. Mark C. Long, Professor of English and American Studies at Keene State College and President of the Association for the Study of the Literature and Environment on October 19th.