Starting today (and over the next 5 days) we are presenting a series of videos about the Eco-Energy Fair in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, which featured the wHole in Your Home Show as hosted by Green Neighbours 21 on November 28, 2010.
For today, here is our first video of the series, the Introduction to the Green Neighbours 21 Eco-Energy Fair as well as the wHole in Your Home Show:
For your info, community food security is defined as a situation in which all community residents obtain a safe, culturally acceptable nutritionally adequate diet through a sustainable food system that maximizes community self-reliance and social justice.
After the film, Joan Stonehocker, Executive Director of York Region Food Network, and Catherine Cook, Program Coordinator of York Region Food Network, facilitated discussion about the food bank, food security, gleaning program, Do the Math, social assistance, community gardens, community kitchens, and the Good Food Box in York Region as shown below in both videos Part 1 and Part 2. You can watch the interviews of both Joan and Catherine in the second video – Part 2.
FRESH the movie Event Part 1
Fresh the movie Event Part 2
York Region Food Network
Address: 510 Penrose Street, Newmarket, Ontario, Canada L3Y 1A2
Toll free: 1.866.454.YRFN (9736)
On Sunday, September 5th, the NFB (National Film Board of Canada) Mediatheque in Toronto, Ontario provided great fun and enjoyment for both the children and adults in the Animate This workshop. This affordable animation workshop for children ages 6 – 14 was offered at a very low cost of $5 per child and the accompanying adults can participate in the animation workshop for free.
The children used colourful clay as well as their imaginations to create their characters and simple stories. Here is the amazing animated film showcasing the participants’ sweet and loveable creative works in Animate This, a NFB Mediatheque’ s animation workshop (to view the film just click on the scene below and wait about 3 seconds):
On Wednesday, July 7th, Green Screens presented a free film event which included the feature film,Earth to Mouth, a panel discussion about the importance of supporting local farmers in Ontario, Canada, and a reception which followed the screening.
Green Screens entertained and informed us about Green Ontario as shown in the following SweetLoveable Videos (Part 1 and Part 2). Thank you Jennifer, Melissa and Kate for your valuable help in the production of the following Green Screens for Green Ontario.