Enjoy an evening with award winning filmmaker, photographer, author, naturalist and sustainability pioneer Chris Korrow. His documentaries, Garden Insects and Frost Flowers, have aired nationally on PBS.
Chris will talk about our connection with nature and how this connection can not only improve our gardening experience, but all aspects of our lives. Twenty year ago, Chris moved to a rural KY farm, built a solar-powered home, and started an organic vegetable business. Together with his family, Chris works hard to live a sustainable lifestyle from growing almost all their food to hand-baling water from a well.
He will also show a preview of his current work in progress, Dancing with Thoreau.
Korrow and his wife Christy have launched Breathe Deep Productions, a media company focusing on projects that explore the intersections between nature, agriculture and sustainability. For more info on Mr. Korrow and Breathe Deep productions, please see www.breathedeepproductions.com
Time: Light appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be served at 6:30pm; lecture starts promptly at 7pm
To Register: Call 897-2944 or email Whitehall@historichomes.org
Snow Date: February 26
For more info: call June at 216-8950.
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