Martha Stamps' Lunch-and-Learn series at the Farmers' Market continues today at 11 a.m. with a lunchtime discussion about seed-saving and heirloom breeds. (Last week's group feasted on Swiss chard tarts, pole beans, beets, collards and the season's first tomatoes.) Proceeds from the $15 admission goes to benefit Food Security Partners of Middle Tennessee.
Tonight, the free Good Food Film Series, sponsored in part by Martha Stamps Catering, continues at the Warner Park Nature Center with a 6 p.m. screening of A Sense of Wonder. The film explores the life of pioneering environmentalist Rachel Carson, whose 1962 book Silent Spring was a catalyst for the U.S. ban of pesticide DDT.