Environmental Film Series

Announcing the first film in our Environmental Film and Conversation Series

Hosted by Bedford 2020, the Bedford Playhouse, and the Weeden Foundation

The Biggest Little Farm

Join us on Earth Day for this advance screening of a film that celebrates the biodiversity, beauty, and complexities of our Earth. The screening will be followed by a Q&A session moderated by Karen Simons, regional food systems consultant and Co-Chair of Bedford 2020’s Food and Agriculture committee, with interviewees Dan Kittredge and Dina Brewster (see below).

Earth Day! Monday, April 22nd at 7:00pm at the Bedford Playhouse. Click here to purchase tickets

About the Film: Two dreamers and a dog embark on an odyssey to bring harmony to their lives and to the land. As their plan to turn 200 acres of abandoned farmland into a diverse working farm takes a series of wild turns, they will have to develop a far greater understanding of the intricacies and wisdom of nature, and of life itself.

This compelling documentary about the ecological redemption of land and working with nature rather than against will inspire viewers of all ages.

General admission tickets are $12 and can be purchased here.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Dan Kittredge who has been an organic farmer and climate activist for over 30 years, and Dina Brewster, a local farmer and founder of The Hickories.

The discussion will be moderated by Karen Simons, a regional food systems consultant and Co-Chair of Bedford 2020’s Food and Agriculture Task Force.