Sept. 1 – Movie night – TAKE ME HOME

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A documentary TAKE ME HOME is about a group of people going to a modern-day monastery for a month-long retreat that has only two guidelines: no private thoughts and no people-pleasing. All who come are offered an opportunity to live by these guidelines, open up to authenticity, and to trust one another. We will watch this documentary on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021 at 6:30 PM Central Time.

Free

Jan. 24-29 – 2022 Tennessee Local Food Summit – Virtual Sessions, Symposium, and Farm Tour

Hybrid online and in-person , United States

The 11th annual Tennessee Local Food Summit, held in partnership with The Nashville Food Project and other local food advocates, is slated for January 24-29, 2022. This year’s conference lays the groundwork for nuanced conversations about food production in the coming years. Experts are invited to talk about the state’s agricultural history as well as the food traditions carried on from its melting pot of ancestors. With the aid of social media, video, and in-person components, this year’s conference will be more accessible than ever to attendees.

Apr. 28 – KISS THE GROUND Film Screening and Panel Discussion with TN Local Food Summit

Montgomery Bell Academy 4001 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN, United States

Join Tennessee Local Food Summit for a free film screening KISS THE GROUND on April 28 at 5:30pm in Nashville, TN. Panel of experts will discuss the film topics of regenerative agriculture contributing to balancing our climate, replenishing our vast water supplies, and feeding the world.

June 3-5 – 37th Annual Gathering of The Cumberland Green River Bioregional Council “CELEBRATING COMMUNITY”

Montgomery Bell State Park - Group Camp 1 1020 Jackson Hill R, Burns, TN, United States

Please join a coalition of over 200 city and rural homesteaders in the bio-region of Cumberland River and Green River, The Cumberland Green River Bioregional Council (CGRBC), for an in-person 37th Annual Gathering "CELEBRATING COMMUNITY" at the Montgomery Bell State Park in Burns, TN during the weekend of June 3-4-5, 2022. As usual, the program includes a fire circle, drums, guitars, hiking in the woods, canoe/kayak safari, music, dance, and meditation. Please bring a friend!