Sedona AZ (October 31, 2017) – On Thursday, November 9th, at 6:30PM, Inspiration of Sedona will present a free, public screening of two, inspiring, short documentaries about regenerative agriculture. This will be followed by an open, public discussion with Katrin Themlitz, the founding director of the Sedona Community Farmers Market, whose mission is to support local sustainable agriculture.
Small-Scale Farmers Cool the Planet, is a 17-minute documentary, which was produced by the Fair World Project. It highlights the role of industrial agriculture in climate change while expounding on how small farmers are combating the climate crisis through regenerative, organic agriculture.
Contributing writer, Ryan Zinn, who is in the film, says: “Record-breaking heat waves, long-term drought, ‘100-year floods’ in consecutive years, and increasingly extreme superstorms are becoming the new normal. The planet is now facing an unprecedented era of accelerating and intensifying global climate change, with negative impacts already being widely felt. While global climate change will impact nearly everyone and everything, the greatest impact is already being felt by farmers and anyone who eats food.”