The Folk School of Chattanooga and Slow Food Chattanooga will be hosting a discussion with Daniel Imhoff, followed by a light brunch. Dan has spent the last 20 years studying and writing about the impact farming has on the environment, big and small, good and bad. Sunday, September 9th, he will discuss the positive side of farming, and send us home with solutions to move forward as co-producers in our modern, busy world.
FREE and open to the public, bring a potluck dish or drink to share if you'd like. We'll provide a light brunch and coffee, supplied by our local farmers and artisans.
Musicians take note: the music is potluck too! Email the Folk School to sign up for a 20-minute performance slot at the brunch, after the talk. Or just bring your instruments for a jam session!