Film series focuses on regenerative agriculture

The 2019 North Olympic Peninsula Farming Film Festival will present “Healing the Soil” on Monday.

The free film will be shown at the Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., at 1 p.m.

Another screening will take place in the Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Ave., Port Hadlock at 6 p.m.

The documentary explores how the Regenerations International Botanical Garden in Kilauea, Hawaii, used the jadam Korean natural farming method.

The festival, which began last Monday, is featuring six films on regenerative farming.

Organizers say regenerative farming is part of the climate change solution and global earth repair.

Local efforts will be highlighted in discussion after each film.

Films are shown at 1 p.m. at the Port Townsend Public Library, 1220 Lawrence St., and 6 p.m. at the Jefferson County Library, 620 Cedar Ave., in Port Hadlock.

The remaining schedule includes “Living the Change” on Jan. 28, a double feature with “Oyster Farming: Restoration of the Olympia Oyster” and “Community Shellfish Farming and Water Quality Restoration” on Feb. 4, “Green Gold” on Feb. 11 and “Farming & Earth Repair Shorts” on Feb. 25.

The free film screenings are sponsored by Jefferson County Library, Port Townsend Public Library, Friends of the Trees Society and Jefferson County Local Food Systems Council.

For more information about the films, see

See more about the series at www.face /557445218039235.

More in Entertainment

Eat, talk, see art at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Event is the second in the center’s Dinner Talk series

‘Writing Raw’ workshop, free reading Sunday at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Heather June Gibbons to bring poetry, experience for writers of all levels

Northwinds Homeschool Band to perform Tuesday

Two weeks prior to participating in two festivals in… Continue reading

Auditions set for ‘Barefoot in the Park’

The Port Angeles Community Players will conduct open auditions… Continue reading

Home Show offers some 150 vendors this weekend

Some 7,000 to 10,000 people are expected to browse… Continue reading

Olympic Discovery Trail, Spruce Railroad Trail projects are topic of March 21 talk

Rich James, Clallam County transportation manager, will discuss the… Continue reading

Tufted Puffins in spotlight at OPAS meeting

John Platt and Ajay Varma will present “The Private Aleutian… Continue reading

Most Read