Agri+Culture: Following Food from the Farm to the Fork in South Carolina
This documentary explores the rise of the farm to fork movement in South Carolina, and highlights some of the folks who are working hard to promote and produce fresh, good tasting, safe, local foods. The rise of “locavorism” leads people to shop for food grown in their community for what “locavores” consider a healthy and safe food source, that wasn't shipped from across the country, or from a foreign country.
This film introduces you to some of the local characters that are growing, cooking, and buying our state's bounty of fresh vegetables and meat. The film's narrator, Erin Eisele, leads you on an intimate journey as she gets to know and understand what makes these folks passionate about what they do to strengthen and support farming in our state.
Special thanks to the film's creator, Dr. Buz Kloot, for his never ending energy, insight, and vision. This project was created through an outreach agreement between SC USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and the University of SC-Earth Sciences and Resources Institute. For a DVD copy, or for questions/comments, contact Amy Overstreet firstname.lastname@example.org, or (803) 765-5402.
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