As part of its 25th Anniversary celebration, Kittery Land Trust is hosting a lecture/film series — next is our very own Sara Zoë Patterson on “How to Eat Locally All Year Long” at The Dance Hall in Kittery on Sunday, April 15th, at 4:15 p.m. This presentation is free and open to the public:
Join us for our third Lecture/Film series event in celebration of KLT’s 25th Anniversary!
Sara Zoë Patterson of Seacoast Eat Local will give a talk about how to eat locally all year long.
Date: Sunday, April 15 at 4:15 pm
Location: The Dance Hall, 7 Walker Street, Kittery.
Sara Zoë is an elementary school librarian and technology integrator for the Portsmouth School District. She holds a Masters in Library and Information Science from Rutgers University and a BA in American Studies from Franklin Pierce University. Involved in social justice advocacy in varying forms for the last 20 years, she now volunteers for several area organic farms in the summer months.
This event, and all others of the series, is free and open to the public.
Sunday, May 20 at 4 p.m. — The film Meet Your Farmer produced by Maine Farmland Trust, eight vignettes about farms and farmers in Maine and the short film “Rustlewood” by Peter Randall about the Johnson Farm, the last working farm in Kittery.
A Beer at The Brewery for Farmland Conservation — We are pleased that KLT’s Johnson Farm project has been selected by The Portsmouth Brewery as 1 of the 4 charities for their Tuesday “Nickle Night” in April – June. For every beer you have at The Brewery on Tuesday nights, you receive a 25 cent token. You can then allocate your token(s) to the selected charity or charities of your choice. So gather your friends. Enjoy a Tuesday evening at The Portsmouth Brewery. A great way to support our Johnson Farm project!
For more information: www.kitterylandtrust.org