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Food Revolution Films

Food Revolution Films

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Published by: gailwads on Feb 24, 2011
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#1The Real Dirt on Farmer John
The Delicious Revolution
A series of films
Presented byWalnut Creek Library&Slow Food Delta Diablo
The epic tale of a maverick Midwestern farmer.
Anoutcast in his community, Farmer John bravely standsamidst a failing economy, vicious rumors, and violence.By melding the traditions of family farming with the powerof art and free expression, this powerful story oftransformation and renewal heralds a resurrection offarming in America.The film is a haunting odyssey, capturing what it means tobe different in rural America.
Farmer John, with a boa and pitchfork,  is provocative and passionate about cultivating not only delicious vegetables but also a vibrant community of farmers and consumers dedicated to the values of sustainability.-- Alice Waters 
April 16, 2011Walnut Creek Library1644 N. Broadway6 pm
The Delicious Revolution
A series of films
Presented  by
Walnut Creek Library&Slow Food Delta Diablo
celebrates the farmers, thinkersand business people across America whoare re-inventing our food system. Eachhas witnessed the rapid transformation ofour agriculture into an industrial model,and confronted the consequences: foodcontamination, environmental pollution,depletion of natural resources, and morbidobesity. Forging healthier, sustainablealternatives, they offer a practical visionfor a future of our food and our planet.
"FRESH is just that--an upbeat and wonderfully fresh look at our food system and how to make it work better for the health of humans and the planet. It’s a must see for everyone who eats.“ - Marion Nestle 
April 30, 2011Walnut Creek Library1644 N. Broadway6 pm

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