Who's Your Farmer?

Farming is a practice that impacts our health, our environment, our communities and our world. Knowing where our food really comes from and how safely it is grown is becoming increasingly difficult. This film explores farming in Alabama through the eyes of local farmers all across the state that care about the land, the water and the people they feed.


To learn more about farmers across Alabama, click here to visit Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network.

To learn more about Camp McDowell Farm School, click here.

To find a farmers market near you in Alabama, click here.

OFFICIAL SELECTIONS: Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival, Wild & Scenic Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival

About the Director

Born and raised in Birmingham, Jess Lingle is excited to return home to Alabama after receiving her B.A. in Sustainable Development from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She has a passion for films which shed light on issues that most people aren't aware of, but leave viewers feeling informed and inspired. She hopes to find meaningful ways to connect with people and generate energy and sustainable change, through the mediums of art and documentary film. In her future career she hopes to explore topics relating to local food systems, menstruation, and biodiversity and their connections and struggles with sustainability principles

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