Last night, I sat flipping through the guide for the Green Festival in preparation for this weekend. Since I’ll be busy on Saturday at the H.O.P.E. Conference, I wanted to make the most of my Sunday at the Green Festival by reading about some of the 350 exhibits and over 125 fantastic speakers.
In planning out my Sunday to take advantage of the most speakers and movies I could, I was excited to see that the documentary, King Corn, would be showing at 2:00pm in room 5 thanks to the Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Network. Last fall, I went to a showing of King Corn with my housemates. This documentary tells the story of two young men who return to their family’s roots of rural
This documentary stirred something within me—this farmer’s daughter from rural