Registration for the April 2nd First Friday Film: Growing Cities
*** START FILM BY 5:58 (92 MIN RUNTIME) & JOIN THE 7:30 PM AFTER-FILM DISCUSSION
First Unitarian Society, Save the Farm, and partners present the April First Friday Film: "Growing Cities"
"Growing Cities" is a documentary film that examines the role of urban farming in America and asks how much power it has to change the way we eat. In their search for answers, Dan and Andrew take a road trip and meet the men and women who are challenging the way this country distributes its food. (running time: 92 minutes)
*** REGISTRATION FOR FILM AND DISCUSSION WILL CLOSE on Friday, April 2 at 5:00 PM and by 5:15 PM an email with a links to the film and the after-film discussion will be sent to the email that you list below.
*** Please only watch the film on one device. Using the link on a second device will count as 2 viewings and we are limited to 300 viewings. (After 300 people register, this event will be "sold-out.")
*** The film link will expire on April 6th.
The after-film discussion will be led by local proponents of urban farming, food justice, and leaders of the "Save the Farm" project which hopes to create an urban farm that is connected to an anti-racist, economically just, net-carbon-neutral living community. For more information, or if you have any trouble getting the email with the links by 5:15 PM on Friday, April 2nd, Call Tim at 608-630-3633.
*** Providing your email address is essential in order to receive a link to this film and the after-film discussion.
*** We will not share your contact information with anyone and will only add you to our list to send you more information about FUS justice work IF you check "yes" to the last question below. Thank you.
Register for Film and Discussion by filling out this form. Links to both will be send to you via email between 5:00 and 5:15 PM on Friday, April 2.
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