Presented with the inaugural Montgomery County GreenFest, a free event for all ages to enjoy while learning about going green.
GROWING LEGACY (USA, 2014, 30 min.)
The most successful farm protection effort in the country is just 20 miles from the White House. This film profiles the challenges of growing food and cities in harmony. Directed by Mark Leisher and Caroline Taylor. Produced by Pat Ratkowski and Montgomery Countryside Alliance.
Panel discussion, moderated by Caroline Taylor, Executive Director, Montgomery Countryside Alliance, follows screening. Panelists: Anthony Cohen, President, The Menare Foundation; Tanya Spandhla, Participant, New Farmer Project, Montgomery County Department of Economic Development and Gene Kingsbury, Owner and Operator, and fifth generation farmer, Kingsbury Orchard, Dickerson, Md. and Growing Legacy Producer Pat Ratkowski.
FREE. Reservations encouraged. Seating is provided on a first-come first serve basis.
Montgomery College (Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus), Cultural Arts Center, 2nd Floor Theater, 7995 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
The City of Takoma Park will be providing a shuttle van marked "Montgomery County GreenFest" from the Takoma metro every 15-20 minutes; the venue is also a 15-20 minute walk from either the Takoma Park or Silver Spring metro.
Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center (View)
7995 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, MD 20910
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