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Massaro at the Library Presents

“Fresh” Documentary viewing and Discussion

Join us for a screening of the fascinating documentary film, “Fresh” followed by a discussion of the sustainable food movement. The event will be held from 6:00 – 8:00 pm on Wednesday, February 28th in the Woodbridge Town Library Meeting Room, and is free and open to the public, and local food inspired snacks and drinks will be provided. “Fresh” offers an illuminating look into our current food production methods, as well as how food production is being reinvented across America. Following the film’s showing (running time: 72 minutes), there will be a short discussion about the movie, this region’s food production innovations, and what you can do to eat fresh, local food. Seating is limited; please pre-register by calling the library at 203-389-3433 or go to:

Other Upcoming events from Massaro Farm…

Composting 101 Workshop

Do you buy soil every year to amend your garden? Have you started “composting,” but really just have a pile of veggie scraps sitting in your back yard? Do you want to compost but don’t know if you have the time or space?

Domingo Medina is the owner of Peels and Wheels Composting ( and will be taking some time to share with us the ins and outs of composting and why it’s so important given the impact waste has on the environment. You will hear the science, see the process, and build tangible skills that can enable you to start the process of composting at home. Already an expert composter? You can still come and learn something new about the health of the soil you make, or even share some of your own experience. Sign up now as the space is limited!

Massaro Farm is partnering with the Ansonia Nature and Recreation Center for this event and it will be held at their facilities at 10 Deerfield Rd, Ansonia

Suggested donation of $6 at the door to be given to the presenter and the Ansonia Nature Center for their time and space.

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