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Showing posts from October, 2017

2017 Feast on This! Film Festival

Sharing from the Monadnock Farm & Community Coalition:Join the Monadnock Farm and Community Coalitionand the Monadnock Food Coop for the  2017 Feast on This! Film Festival featuring films screened at the Los Angeles
Food & Film Festival + featuring Real Food Media's  POPUP Film Festival FILM SCHEDULE

Cultivating Community photovoice project

Cultivating Community: Portraying work in local food system issues as experienced by people in the Monadnock RegionJess Gerrior, MS - Antioch University New England Project Description:This project involves people in the Monadnock Region who are engaged in work around local food system issues. Whether farming, gardening, educating, purchasing, or advocating for a more just, vibrant, and sustainable food system, there are many ways people experience this work. "Cultivating Community" is a doctoral service learning project focused on what their work entails, what it takes to do it, why they are involved, and what it means.

"Cultivating Community" events are informal gatherings for people engaged or interested in work around local food system issues. Participants are invited to share and discuss their perspectives. My role in the project is to facilitate the creation of a realistic portrayal of participants' work, which will be a new, shared resource: a mobile dis…

Campus Sustainability Month at Antioch University New England

Sharing from AUNE's Sustainability and Social Justice Committee
Antioch University New England will join colleges and universities around the globe and AASHE, The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, for Campus Sustainability Month!
Week 1: Mon - Fri , Oct 2 - Oct 611am - 1pm  - Campus Sustainability Month Tabling!  (Upstairs Lobby)Learn more about sustainability efforts at AUNEFill out a survey on FOOD INSECURITY (or fill it out here) to help us determine if students would benefit from a Food Pantry on campus See what we have planned for the monthEnter to Win an AUNE T-shirt, Sweatshirt, or Compost Pail!Friday, Oct 6, 6pm - FILM - Flow (Community Room)Week 2: Wednesday, Oct 11, 11:30am - 12:30pm WORKSHOP: The Story of Stuff: Living Simply (Community Room)Friday, Oct 13,5-7pm, "5 at the Hive" NETWORKING EVENT - "Sustain Service - Feed Hope" with Whole Terrain (at the Hannah Grimes Center25 Roxbury StWeek 3: Oct 15 - 18AASHE …

Dirt! Today's film screening and continuing events in October-November

Iwillbe at these events as a participant and to photograph activities as part of my doctoral service learning project. Please join us!

Film Screening TOMORROW! Tuesday, October 3rd at 6:00pm Stonewall Farm in Keene, NH   DIRT! The Movie
DIRT! The Movie brings to life the environmental, economic, social and political impact that the soil has. It shares the stories of experts from all over the world who study and are able to harness the beauty and power of a respectful and mutually beneficial relationship with soil.
Following the film, Keene State Professor, Dr. Mark Long, will facilitate a panel discussion on the topic of soil and its role as the foundation of a healthy food system - and society.
View the Trailer More events in our Dirt Series!
The Natural and Cultural History of Soil is a series of educational events on the theme of soil as the foundation of a healthy food system - and society. Supported in part by funding from a NH Humanities Community Project Grant and a partnership with P…