Producer: Carolyn Coe
Segment 1: Farm/art exchange
Segment 2: Palestine
Reversing Falls Sanctuary in Brooksville has launched the 2014 farm/art exchange to investigate “how humans’ connection to the land is central to the restoration of the health of the earth and our own survival.” It pairs area artists and farmers.
In July, artist Patricia Wheeler and Tinder Hearth bakery owners Lydia Moffet and Tim Semler discussed song, local history, and some of the challenges in operating their business.
Then, from a recording in Beit Sahour, Palestine, in May, Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh speaks about human rights, government hypocrisy and a failed Israeli military operation.
Lydia Moffet, Tinder Hearth Bakery owner
Tim Semler, Tinder Hearth Bakery owner
Patricia Wheeler, multimedia artist, Deer Isle
Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh, activist and biology professor at Bethlehem and Birzeit Universities
Reversing Falls Farm/Art Exchange: rfsfarmblogspot.com
Video about 18 cows of Beit Sahour: indirvideo.gen.tr/zan-studio-the-wanted-18-trailer-870.html