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FRESH: A Community Dialogue About Local Food, Sustainable Agriculture and Creative Communities

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[NOTE: THE AUDIO OF THE FIRST 30 SECONDS OR SO IS SOFT. THE REST IS AUDIBLE.] Following the screening of FRESH THE MOVIE and a short film about Plow to Plate (about a New Milford, Connecticut, project involving local youth and the community in farming, cooking and healthy behaviors), a community dialogue took place exploring local farming and food, sustainable agriculture, creative communities and healthy eating. It was held Sunday, October 11, 2009, as part of Bank Street Festival in Milford, Connecticut. The event was sponsored by: Plow to Plate; with the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination. Community Dialogue panelists included: Dr. Diane D'Isidori (Plow to Plate Co-Founder), David Cherniske (Community Farmer and Educator), Marydale DeBor (Plow to Plate Co-Founder; New Milford Hospital), Steven Eng (Sullivan Farm Student Worker and Chef), and Steven Dahlberg (Director of the International Centre for Creativity and Imagination).