Fresh:The Movie

A series of films have been shown  on campus for the past one month that talk about  food, farming, sustainability and the future with the theme “Good and Plenty” . The fourth and final film was shown today in Baker 120. Showing these films was a part of discussion on the book of the year  ”Plenty: Eating Locally on the 100 Mile Diet” by Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon.

Today’s film was “Fresh,” a documentary by Ana Sofa Joans that talks about farmers, and other people who have come with innovative ideas to change the existing food system in America, which, they believe, produces unhealthy stuff. The film aims to create awarness in the people and to come up with solutions at the local level to produce healthier and fresher  food. Read More

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Good and Plenty Film Series: “King Corn”

Everett Community College is showing four movies/films about food, farming and the future. The entry to watch these movies/films is free and a large number of students and people from the community come to watch them. These movies are being shown as a part of discussion about the book “Plenty: Eating Locally on the 100 Mile Diet” by Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon. Continue reading

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