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Humus documentary gets local screening

The Ambioterra group and Les Bontés de la Vallée farm will present the documentary film, Humus, on Saturday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Saint-Chrysostome town hall.

This feature-length documentary by Carole Poliquin centres on François D’Aoust and Mélina Plante, owners of Les Bontés de la Vallée organic market garden in Havelock, who emphasize sustainable agriculture and regenerative environmental practices in their unique approach to vegetable farming. They are also involved in the Ambioterra biodiversity protection project in the English River watershed.

Man squatting over field with earth in his hands

Admission is $5; tickets are available at Depanneur Bariteau in Saint Chrysostme and online. For information, email info@lesbontes.org or info@ambioterra.org, or call 438-883-2401 or 450-637-8585.

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