The Garden (2008, 80 min), by Scott Hamilton Kennedy – is an engaging and powerful look at the famous political and social battle over the largest community garden in the US (located in South CentralLos Angeles).The Garden is a 2008 American documentary film that tells the story of the now demolished South Central Farm; a community garden and urban farm located in Los Angeles, California. The Garden details the plight of the farmers who organized and worked on the farm.Following our screening…See More
"What’s Organic About Organic?" (2010, 59 min) by director Shelley Rogers - explores how the “organic” label has evolved, how organic farmers view their work and the tension between maintaining high environmental standards and rapid market expansion.Through the stories of farmers who steward land from Harlem to the foothills of the Rockies, from upstate New York to Florida, the film offers audiences a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in creating a more sustainable food system.…See More
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We meet twice a month due to the enormity of the challenges and the urgency needed to address the issues that face us - 1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 7 pm at Emergence Community Arts Collective, 733 Euclid Street NW, WDC 20001. Our programing goes something like this: 1st Tuesday - Planning, organizing, networking 3rd Tuesday - Activity, workshop, project Committees and groups meet as needed.
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