Grace Egbert’s second documentary in a series of short films on local food producers Beth Ingham, the farm manager of Noonday Farm in Winchendon, MA. In the film, Beth collects eggs, shows us the treasures of her green house and root cellar, and discovers the spring’s first shoots of garlic, growing in the rich soil of the field…all while discussing farming as a practice of spirituality and social justice.

Noonday Farm is part of the Haley House, “a Boston-based nonprofit organization that uses food as a vehicle to help alleviate suffering.” Learn more at

Special thanks to photographer Kathy Kim for additional (copyrighted) images of Noonday Farm in the summertime, used with permission.

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