Local Farm Food in Green Ontario

Green Screens is a monthly program at the NFB Mediatheque which highlights a different environmental issue each month, in partnership with CIELAP – Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy – (local farm food practices being one such example). The NFB Mediatheque selects the NFB (National Film Board of Canada) films to screen, and CIELAP provides the panellists.

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.

The panel discussion of Green Screens featured Wally Seccombe, Chair, Everdale: Organic Farm & Environmental Learning Centre, and Susan Murray, Director of Communications, Greenbelt Foundation. Samples of local food were provided by Karma Cooperative.

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.

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