Film Screening: The Evolution of Organic at Locavore
January 27 @ 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Do your New Year’s resolutions include eating healthier, making more responsible purchasing decisions, or lessening your footprint on the planet? Do you want one simple step to achieving all of your resolutions? Eat local!
Kickstart your New Year resolutions with an evening at Central Oregon Locavore. Locavore is pleased to screen: The Evolution of Organic, the history of organic agriculture, told by those who built the movement that rejected chemical farming and set out to explore organic alternatives with a vision of sustainability.
4:00-4:30 CSA Info and sign-ups available, food from The People’s Pies Food cart
4:30 – Movie Starts (86 minutes)
6:00 – Q&A with Tom Elliot, a retired organic farmer from Montana and board member of The Environmental Center.
6:15 – 6:45 – CSA Info and sign-up available again
View trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mh_9ojGcYoE
Before and after the screening, please visit with our local farmers and learn about Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) options! The most crucial way a community member can help strengthen the food system and help contribute to small local farms is through purchasing a CSA share. CSA shares are a subscription to a season’s worth of sustainable, locally-grown produce that is distributed to members throughout the harvesting season.
Peoples Pies will be there offering delicious, organic, savory pies
Start your 2019 with healthy intentions by supporting local agriculture and a healthy planet.
Seating is limited, reserve your seat now. This is a free event, but donations are gratefully accepted. If you reserve a spot and cannot attend, please notify us so we may free up your seat to another.
Reserve your seat here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=htntlqdab&oeidk=a07efz7aa8fabefef5f
Central Oregon Locavore (501c3) promotes local food and farmers for the health of our community. We work for an ecologically stable and socially just food system in Central Oregon by improving access to fresh, nutrient-dense local food, educating the community about the benefits of sustainably produced food and supporting farmers and ranchers.