Sebastopol farmer featured in documentary film

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There will be  a free showing of the new documentary "Symphony of the Soil,” Wednesday Oct. 9, at 7 p.m. at the Sebastopol Grange. Sebastopol farmer Paul Kaiser, who appears in the film, will introduce it and answer questions, as will a representative of the film-maker, Deborah Koons Garcia, who also made the award-winning "Future of Food."

Kaiser who has Singing Frogs Farm practices non-till agriculture, using compost and hedgerows to avoid breaking soil and encourage pollinators.

The film is part of the California State Grange conference which is being held at Sebastopol Grange Hall this year.

The Sebastopol Grange is at 6000 Sebastopol Rd., (Hwy. 12). Call 829-8185 for more information.

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