For those of you who have not watched this movie or read the book, I highly recommend it. Please watch it! We all need to be more aware of where our food comes from and why. This movie and the situation that led to the filming of the movie, is just another motivation for me to eat locally as much as possible and also to only choose the fruit and veggies at the store when they are in season. This is especially hard in Alaska, where no fruits or vegetables are in season for our long winter, but there are ways to get around it! I know that until recently, I had no idea what food was in season in the various areas of the United States whatsoever! As I am working towards getting my certification for teaching elementary and middle school age children, I feel especially strongly about teaching children to think critically about where things (including food and material items) come from. Share ideas among friends for choosing to eat more locally and from small farmers. I know that Full Circle Farm is one option for us Alaskans, and I need to look into getting it myself. For those of you who have tried it, what are the pros and cons?