six inches of soil film

Six Inches of Soil

Film & discussion evening

Date: Wednesday 10th July
Time: Doors open from 6.30pm, film start 7pm
Place: Hatherleigh Community Centre
Cost: Tickets are free, donations welcome
Tickets: Places limited, booking required
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About the film

Six Inches of Soil is a story of courage, vision and hope. This documentary feature film tells the story of remarkable farmers, communities, small businesses, chefs and entrepreneurs who are leading the way to transform how our food is produced and consumed to help keep our soil healthy.

About the evening

Doors open: from 6.30pm
Film showing: 7-8.30pm
Interval: 8.30-9pm
From 9pm there will be a short Q&A discussion led by Andy Neal, soil microbiologist at Rothamsted Research in North Wyke, with a panel of local regenerative farmers and experts.

Event sponsored by Devon Wildlife Trust with support from The Plough Arts Centre and Blackbeam Cinematic.


Six Inches of Soil Film and Discussion

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