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SustainFloyd Showing ‘Blue Gold’

Sunday April 13, Doors Open 6:00pm Join us for a showing of the film ‘Blue Gold’ a documentary...

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What We Do

SustainFloyd works to leverage and preserve Floyd County’s existing assets and traditional strengths in agriculture and craftsmanship to help build a resilient rural local economy.

We can’t support the growth of our community’s next generation alone, which is why we work closely with local and state governments and agencies, local businesses, like-minded non-profits and local citizens.

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Film  “Blue Gold”

Date: April 13, 2014
Location: Floyd Country Store
This documentary by Sam Bozzo presents a powerful picture of the state of our water supply. On a global level we are using this limited resource with little regard to the future, leading to desertification in many parts of the world, and increasing struggles for power over our water supplies. The film addresses why it is important to understand the factors affecting the quality and supply of our water, and what ordinary citizens can do to keep the supply of water free and fairly shared.

The film will be followed by a discussion of the water topics that affect us close to home.

Doors open at 6:00pm for a ‘Goodbye Winter’ supper. The film starts around 6:30pm. Film tickets available at the door for a donation of $5. Supper is available for an additional donation.


Pocket Farm Class Series

Date: September 8, 2014
Location: TBA
Our Pocket Farm Class Series begins again in the fall. The class includes a lot of basic farm knowledge and is based around small-acreage vegetable production for an established wholesale market. The first six-week class begins on Monday, Sept. 8.

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