The Monadnock Farm and Community Coalition (MFCC) and N.H. Public Radio will host a free, online event, “2022 Stories from the Field: Celebrating our Local Food System in Words,” on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 6:30 to 7:35 p.m. In a similar style to The Moth storytelling hour, local people in the region who grow, educate about, eat and distribute locally grown food will share personal stories about their connections to the food system.

The family-friendly event will feature six storytellers as well as live music. Storytellers include Lincoln Geiger of Temple-Wilton Community Farm; Melinda Mosier of N.H. Charitable Foundation; Gene Jonas, farmer of Hungry Bear Farm in Mason; Ward Ogden of Food Connects; and Jess Gerrior, Ph.D. candidate at Antioch New England University and a participant in a Monadnock food access program.

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