A Spring Film Festival
THURSDAYS MARCH 24 – APRIL 28
6:30pm YMCA Community Room
How can we as a community prepare for, and even celebrate, the changes which will come with the end of cheap energy?
A Convenient Truth, Dirt, & What's on Your Plate offered by GGEC and many co-sponsors.
March 24 A Convenient Truth. How the city planners of Curitiba, Brazil transformed their city over a 30 year span into a sustainable, thriving community, focusing on energy use, transportation, housing, recycling, and more.
April 7 Dirt. Tells the story of Earth's most valuable and under-appreciated resource, soil, from it's miraculous beginning to its crippling degradation. This film brings to life the environmental, economic, social and political importance of the soil.
April 21 What's on Your Plate? Two young girls from NYC address the many questions about how our food is grown, shipped, processed, packaged, etc. There will be a second showing of this film at 11:15 am on Friday, April 22 at the YMCA.
April 28 Follow-up panel discussion with our co-sponsoring groups to share ideas on how we can all be involved in moving Greenfield and our region toward more sustainable energy use and food security.
Films free - donations warmly welcome - Refreshments
Door Prizes – Game room ages 6-12 (6-8pm)
Greening Greenfield Energy Committee
The YMCA in Greenfield
Transition Town Greenfield
Franklin Community Cooperative
Greenfield Farmers Cooperative Exchange
Greenfield Public Library
Greenfield Community College Peace, Justice and Environmental Studies Program