"Farming at the Edge of Nature" - Panel Discussion

Fields Without Fences will be participating in a panel discussion at the 2014 Princeton Environmental Film Festival along with  Cooperative 518, Wild Ridge Plants, and Great Road Farm.  Join us for a visual presentation and panel Q&A.


Saturday February 1, 2014

4:00 p.m.

Princeton Public Library - 65 Witherspoon St. Princeton, NJ 08542

Farming at the Edge of Nature

Panel Discussion

A group of farmers and naturalists from our region will talk about their farming practices, philosophy, ethics, business models, challenges and their optimism for this next generation who are embracing working closely with the land. Many on the panel are also visual artists and the presentation will exhibit their photography focused on their work. This session will also feature the opportunity for a Q&A and networking.

The panel features:
Alec Gioseffi, Adam Martin and Lauren Nagy, Cooperative 518; Lindsay Napolitano and Johann Rinkens, Fields Without Fences; Jared Rosenbaum and Rachel Mackow, Wild Ridge Plants, Growers and Stewards of Native Plants; and Steve Tomlinson, who works at Great Road Farm.

Jared Flesher, documentary filmmaker and Edible Jersey editor will be the moderator of the panel. Jared is an award-winning reporter, photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, with a focus on the topics of energy, agriculture and ecology. His last two documentaries are “The Farmer and the Horse” (2010) and “Sourlands (2012.) His latest film “Field Biologist” is in production will be released later in 2014.