Donuts & Documentaries | Thought-Provoking Entertainment: The Biggest Little Farm

08/25/19 1:00 pm until 08/25/19 2:30 pm
Categories: Library

John & Molly Chester tell of a decade-long story of trading city living for 200 acres of barren land outside Los Angeles into a biodynamic farm that works in harmony with nature. The Biggest Little Farm features breathtaking cinematography, captivating animals & an urgent message to heed Mother Nature's call.

In 2011, the husband & wife team left their jobs in Los Angeles to become farmers & pursue their dream vision of starting Apricot Lane Farms. Located 40 miles north of Los Angeles, the farm is dedicated to the mission of creating a well-balanced eco-system & rich soils that produce nutrient-dense foods while treating the environment & the animals with respect. The land consists of biodynamic certified avocado & lemon orchards, a vegetable garden, pastures & over 75 varieties of stone fruit. The Biggest Little Farm provides us all a vital blueprint for better living & a healthier planet.

Doughnuts & beverages will be served.

The Biggest Little Farm is rated PG.

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Documentary films provide a deeper study of timely, often unnoticed social issues. Their compelling storytelling engages the heart & mind allowing us to walk in another's shoes, oftentimes providing those rebuffed a voice, ultimately building a sense of shared humanity.

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