Rediscover "Real Food" at the Kearney Branch
February 21, 2012
It's a well-known fact that spring turns many people's thoughts to growing their own real, organic, healthy foods. In my case, it turns my thoughts to the local farmer's markets and buying the real, organic, and healthy fruits of someone else's labor.
But what is real food? What qualifies as organic? What makes them better than what's available on the grocery store shelves?
Find out in Real Food: How to Grow It/Where to Find It at the Kearney Branch on Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m. Learn about the connections between the soil, our food, our health, and the health of our planet in this introduction to growing and finding real foods. Join organic farmer Linda Hezel, owner of Prairie Birthday Farm, as she shows how eating organically and sustainably grown foods can improve your health and the environment.
This spring, find out what it takes to grow and find real food and become an eater for health.