Voices from the Land: A Movie Series Promoting Agricultural Justice
February 20th, March 26 and April 16th, 7pm
@ Cinemapolis, Ithaca, NY
Tickets for all shows at $10. All proceeds go to Groundswell Center to support training the next generation of farmers in the Finger Lakes
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Brought to you by Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming
Thursday February 20th, 2020: A series of short documentaries featuring voices from the city, the country and international. With panel to follow.
A Dry Hope: Amidst an ongoing climate change induced drought in Australia, Khory Hancock (Environmental Scientist) discovers hope in the dry. This journey explains the key principles of regenerative agriculture, a farming practice which aims to restore ecosystems and people to full health.
Woodlanders seeks to document the work of people who care for and depend on forests for their livelihood and well-being throughout the world.
From Gangs to Gardens: Ietef Vita (aka DJ CAVEM) is an organic gardener, vegan chef, activist and award-winning Hip Hop artist working with Denver’s young people to build healthy eating habits and prevent gang violence through gardening and Hip Hop culture.
A Man in the Maze: One of five films to win the Sundance Short Film Challenge, it takes the viewer from the devastating dumping of fruits and vegetables, into the Rio Rico landfill, to the Borderlands Food Bank in Nogales, and on to Southern Arizona communities working to save the food from waste, and to grow their own.
Sponsored by Tompkins Trust Company