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University of Redlands | Redlands, CA

On Wednesday, April 10, at the University of Redlands’ Casa Loma Room, join us for a special screening of Farmers for America followed by a panel discussion on the future of U.S. farmers. Sponsored by Bon Appétit Management Company, the university’s food service provider, the event will begin at 6pm with a pre-screening gathering with light appetizers sourced from local farms, followed by the film at 7pm and the panel discussion at 8pm.

The Food:

A Taste of Southern California Appetizers dreamed up by Chef Chito featuring food from farmers Bob Knight and Theo Whitcomb.

Charred Vegetable Salad | asparagus, zucchini, onions, County Line South market greens, and Meyer lemon green-garlic vinaigrette

Heritage Grains Salad | Weiser Family Farms Sonoran red wheat, Kenter Canyon Farms wild arugula, Coastal Farms heirloom tomatoes, sherry vinaigrette, and fresh herbs

Citrus Avocado Salad | Old Grove Orange navel, blood, and Cara Cara oranges, Upland cress, cilantro, Arbequina olive oil, and sea salt

Filmmaker Graham Meriwether will moderate a discussion with panelists:

• Bob Knight, founder of Old Grove Orange Company and the Inland Orange Conservancy
• Theo Whitcomb, SURF Student Director, University of Redlands
• Andrew Blume, Cofounder of InHouse Produce and indoor agriculture public speaker
• Susan Blauth, Professor of Biology, University of Redlands
Nicholas Reksten, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Redlands
• Anastacio (Chito) Rodriquez, Bon Appétit Executive Chef and Southern California Forager

The event is free and open to the Redlands community, but seats are limited.
PLEASE RSVP VIA THIS FORM by midnight Tuesday, April 9:

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