Dear Friends,

This important book and talk has come to my attention and thought you should be aware of it. If you are in Indianapolis of Thursday, March 13th you should plan to attend. If not I think the book is definitely worthy of reading.

Tonight my own book club meets at my house to discuss Ann Patchett's, "State of Wonder." I am excited to see the smart women in my life and to discuss this wonderful novel. Have you read it? Or what are you reading during these cold winter months?

Until tomorrow,

Lou Ann
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March Slow Food Indy Book Club
When: Thursday, March 13th at 6:30 PM
Location: Indianapolis Museum of Art Cafe
Cost: Free to attend. $5 parking fee. (Some free parking also available.)
Book Title: Farmer Jane by Temra Costa
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Join us for a fun and friendly discussion of Farmer Jane by Temra Costa.

About the Book
Women are passionate advocates for sustainable food and farming and have been changing the way America eats and farms for decades. Farmer Jane tells 30 such stories of some exceptional women leaders that are working on this change by farming, educating, advocating, and/or transforming how we eat through their food businesses.

But it’s not just about being a woman. It’s about the impact that femininity has in changing businesses for the better. Women lean towards relationships and long-term strategies that prioritize future generations, and the good news is that this viewpoint is starting to become valued in the emerging green economy. It’s all about systems thinking and perspectives of what the new (triple) bottom line should be – that of environment, people, and prosperity (health, and economic). Beyond their role in shifting business, women are raising the next generation of leaders, of farmers, of gardeners, of aware human beings that will care for this place long after we’re gone.