Wild & Scenic Foody Films Night Now July 9th

Wild & Scenic Foody Films Live Virtual Event

We are happy to announce that our Foody Films night will now take place on Thursday, July 9th. A selection of Wild & Scenic Film Festival’s past Official Selections will be featured in a Live Virtual Event. These food-themed films will be broadcast live online in partnership with the BriarPatch Food Co-op. 

Make it DINNER and movie night! For this event we are partnering with the BriarPatch Food Co-op to offer you dinner-to-go. BriarPatch is a proud sponsor of this event, subsidizing the cost of the dinners to ensure that 100 percent of proceeds support the work of SYRCL to protect our local watershed.

See menu offerings and pricing via the Get Your Tickets button to the right.  Please submit your order before July 5th. Your take-out dinner will be ready for you to pick up on July 9th, before the movies start.

When: Thursday, July 9

“Doors” at 6:30pm – Films at 7:00pm (Pacific)

Where: Streaming online, use the Get Your Tickets button to register

This is a FREE event, donations welcome.*

*Proceeds from this event support the South Yuba River Citizens League. 

 

The Films:

Seeding Our Future (10 min) – Sierra Harvest educates, inspires and connects families to fresh, local seasonal foods through farm to school education, training the next generation of farmers and supporting low-income families in growing food at home. Their programs reach 96% of the K-8 students in Western Nevada County, CA. Prepare to get inspired by this regional model of food systems change.

Soil Carbon Cowboys (12 min) – Many people talk about the cattle business as a big environmental problem. Cattle, when properly grazed, offer solutions to soil health, animal health, human health, water supply and food nutrition. It’s a brave new world, and it’s below our feet.

Evolution of Organic (87 min) – Told by those who built the movement, Evolution of Organic is the story of organic agriculture. A motley crew of back-to-the-landers, spiritual seekers and farmers’ sons and daughters reject chemical farming and set out to explore organic alternatives. It’s a heartfelt journey of change – from a small band of rebels to a cultural transformation in the way we grow and eat food. By now organic has gone mainstream, split into an industry-oriented toward bringing organic to all people and a movement that has realized a vision of sustainable agriculture. It’s the most popular and successful outgrowth of the environmental impulse of the last fifty years.

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