7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, 2015 @ Town Hall Seattle
Today’s farm-to-table food movement champions the idea of natural foods, eating simply, and preserving non-industrial farms, but where did it all start? According to veteran journalist Liz Carlisle, a key line of the modern sustainable food movement can be traced back to a Montana family farm in the 1980s. Lentil Underground chronicles David Oien’s quest to grow a different crop – organic lentils – and how his persistence led to the creation of Timeless Natural Food, one of the most successful farmer-owned grain companies today. Carlisle describes their struggle to change the hearts and minds of their small farming community, and gives a glimpse of the future of food–one rich with organic grains, and renewed faith in one of the archetypal American professions.
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