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The Seeds of Vandana Shiva // movie in the garden
Friday from 7:00 PM - 10:30 PM PDT
Social hour begins at 7pm and the film at 8pm, with a screen time of 81 minutes, short discussion to follow. Seating will be provided. Bring warm clothing and/or snuggly blankets! FREE organic food! Cider, wine and Jun for purchase.
The Clatskanie Farmers Market invites you to another movie night in the garden! This time we'll be watching The Seeds of Vandana Shiva, currently community screenings are the only way to see this film! $15/person with FREE organic food (Sourdough Toast Bar: delicious fully leavened organic sourdough toast with all kinds of homegrown spreads & ferments)
The Wild Locals Jun, Carola Wines Seaspray Cider, and Cooper Mountain Estates Pinot Noir will be available for purchase.
Social hour begins at 7pm and the film at 8pm, with a screen time of 81 minutes, short discussion to follow. Seating will be provided. Bring warm clothing and/or snuggly blankets!
"How did the willful daughter of a Himalayan forest conservator become Monsanto’s worst nightmare? The Seeds of Vandana Shiva tells the remarkable life story of Gandhian eco-activist Dr. Vandana Shiva, how she stood up to the corporate Goliaths of industrial agriculture, rose to prominence in the seed saving and organic food movements, and is inspiring an international crusade for change.
The Seeds of Vandana Shiva focuses on the people, circumstances and seminal events in Vandana’s life—what shaped her thinking and defined her purpose. It also shows how the battle against multinational agribusiness has become an international struggle between two visions for feeding the world: The first, a multinational corporate model of chemically dependent monoculture that rewards a capitalist imperative of profit and growth. And the other, ‘Earth Democracy, that honors ecology, biodiversity, sustainability and community—what Dr. Shiva demonstrates is the only way forward for the future of food."
You can read more about Dr. Vandana Shiva and the film here: https://vandanashivamovie.com
The Clatskanie Farmers Market will be accepting donations at this event. As a non-profit organization we depend on fundraising/donations to sustain the important work we do in supporting our local farmers, makers, & artisans.
We strive to create a market where everyone can feel safe, respected, and uplifted by one another. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to serve our mission. There is no tolerance in our market for racism, discrimination, harassment, hate, or violence.
We acknowledge the land we now call Clatskanie as the traditional territory of the Siletz, Grande Ronde, Clatsop, and Chinook Tribal nations. We also acknowledge the Tribal governments and their roles today in taking care of these lands.