Newfoundland is an island in the North Atlantic at the 47th parallel. Since glaciers scraped much of the island’s fertile soil off onto the Grand Banks a long time ago, the growing was never that easy, but we managed.
These days most of what we eat is not from here. Why is that? And how do the pretty pinky-orange pears and other foods come to be here?
Nourish is a conversation about food and sustainability. The Nourish film looks at our relationship to food, and how it connects to biodiversity, climate change, public health, and social justice. It won lots of awards at film festivals.
Cameron Diaz, Jamie Oliver, Michael Pollan and many others whose knowledge is great but celebrity is more limited are featured. Come see it!
Tuesday March 18, 2014, 7 – 9 pm (doors open 6:40)
District School, Strawberry Marsh Road, St. John’s (across from Arts and Culture Centre). Suggested minimum donation: $5
Brought to us by Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Educators NLEE