Saturday, May 26th, 9am to 5pm

Registration begins at 8:00am at The White Church.

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The White Church 
55 Main Street

Grafton, VT 05146 

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The Nature Museum at Grafton



Carrie King, Director of Events

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Join The Cultural Food Revolution! 

Pale Blue Dot presents, "Food for Thought", a colorful menu of vivid and engaging authors, musicians, farmers and naturalists who will engage and enlighten their audience. Join these cultural food revolutionaries and help to build a sustainable food cycle that supports people, plants, animals and the earth.

Keynote addresses will rouse people to discover pioneering approaches to earth’s ecological challenges.

Keynotes will be held in The White Church, while workshops and the afterparty will be held in a variety of venues in Grafton. Registrants are encouraged to purchase their $30 tickets in advance. 

Keynotes and workshops are designed for audiences ages 13 and up. The Nature Museum will offer a limited number of tickets for child care for children aged 4-12. Child care participants must be pre-registered.

 Ron Krupp: Lifting the Yoke: Local Solutions to America's Farm & Farm Crisis

Bennett Konesni: Food, Music and a Culture of Saving Places

Erica CurryCarrots Are Candy! Growing New Farmers, the Future of Our Food

David GracerA Simple Way to Save The World (Eating Bugs!)

Registrants choose 2 workshops from an eclectic menu to please every palette.

 The Art of Growing Food with Ellen Ecker Ogden

Say Cheese! with Carol Lake

Birds & Beans with Bill Wilson

Worm Casting Happens! with Melissa Jordan

Meat! with Adam Danforth

The Greenhorns with Severine von Tscharner

Open Jam with Bennett Konesni Bring your instruments and your voices to envision a farm, a community, and a world where people celebrate food, arts, and inventiveness in the everyday, with a spirit of fairness and joy.