EventsPlymouth READS: Atina Diffley – Why Organic?

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Plymouth READS: Atina Diffley – Why Organic?



Diffley is an organic farm advocate and author of the 2013 Minnesota Book Award winner, "Turn Here Sweet Corn" – at once a memoir based on her life running one of the first certified organic produce farms in the Midwest, a legal thriller about battling corporate arrogance, and a love story about the land, family and community. Sponsors: Friends of the Plymouth Library, City of Plymouth, Plymouth Arts Council.

Additional Plymouth READS events:

April 3, 7 p.m.: Lee Svitak Dean – Secrets of the Local Food Scene

April 21, 2 p.m. and April 24, 7 p.m. Join the Discussion. Join community members for a moderated discussion of the 2018 Plymouth READS book selection, "Locally Laid" by Lucie Amundsen.

April 22, 6:30 p.m. at Plymouth Creek Center. Meet Author Lucie Amundsen, author of "Locally Laid," the 2018 Plymouth READS book selection.

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