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August 28, 2012 (7:00pm) at Library and Archives (395 Wellington Street)
FTOÉ, in partnership with the Ottawa Chapter of the Canadian Organic Growers, is presenting a screening of What’s Organic about Organic?. On August 28th, the Library and Archives on Wellington Street will act as host to this acclaimed movie event, which is sponsored by Camino, Loudmouth Design & Printhouse and Equator Coffee. What’s Organic about Organic? discusses how organic food is more than a personal choice; it is a social responsibility. With around 300 seats available and admission based on donation, it is a must do for everyone from environmentalists to foodies.
What’s Organic about Organic? is a documentary film which addresses the need for the populations of the world to develop an ecological consciousness. It explores how making small but significant changes to everyday activities can solve many of our environmental and health problems as our health, the health of our planet, and the agricultural needs of our society are all intimately connected.
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