Robert Turner Author Event for Carrots Don't Grow on Trees: Building Sustainable & Resilient Communities
Author Robert Turner is visiting Serenbe to speak about his latest book Carrots Don't Grow On Trees: Building Sustainable and Resilient Communities, which features Serenbe in a section on agrihoods. Join Serenbe and Hills & Hamlets Bookshop for a Talk and Book Signing with Robert.
Tuesday, March 5
6pm at Gainey Hall
Free RSVP w/Pre-Order Option TICKETS HERE
Pre-purchase a copy of Carrots Don't Grow On Trees for $16.95 +tax. If you're not able to attend the event, you can pick up your copies from Hills & Hamlets Bookshop in Serenbe's Grange neighborhood after March 5th.
Robert Turner is a writer for several columns in regional food and lifestyle magazines, an entrepreneur, and the founder of multiple businesses in such diverse industries as manufacturing, licensing, publishing and real estate development. Now the owner of an organic farm and the Executive Director of the Creekside Farm Education Center, Turner is a dedicated advocate for small, local farmers and sustainable food production. Mr. Turner is a graduate from Illinois State University with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. He currently lives with his wife Kara on a working farm in the mountains of Western North Carolina. They have two sons in college.