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Lecture: Regenerative Farming- Eat Better, Save the Planet

May 7 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Registration Required on the Library Website

This program is co-sponsored by Little Meadow Farm of Redding and Redding Land Trust 

What did our planet look like before industrial farms, crowded cities and pollution-emitting factories? How can we reverse the damage to our atmosphere, wildlife populations and health?

Whitney Freeman discusses the principles of Regenerative Farming, a conservation and rehabilitation approach to food production. Whitney, owner of Henny Penny Farm in Ridgefield, will discuss ecological methods to grow food and raise livestock, and how this method can be used as medicine for our planet and our bodies.

Whitney will talk about the integral role that livestock can play in healing soils, which aids in bringing back wildlife to our habitats — and how all of this is tied to producing better food. Learn about Regenerative Farming to find out how to eat better and make better food choices.

This is a hybrid program that will take place both live at the Library, and virtually over Zoom. For a full experience we recommend attending this program live at the Library.


May 7
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Mark Twain Library
439 Redding Rd
Redding, CT 06896 United States
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