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The next film in the Films for Change series: Unnatural Selection
Wed., Nov. 25
TRU Alumni Theatre (Clocktower)
Doors open: 6:30 pm
Films at 7 pm — discussion to follow
“This award-winning documentary by Bertram Verhaag and Gabriele Kröber reveals the consequences of genetic engineering on three continents. The film, with its stunning photography, and interviews with Vandana Shiva, Andrew Kimbrell, Percy Schmeiser among others, takes the viewer to India and Norway as well as to the Canadian prairies to provide in-depth education on genetic engineering.”Read More
Many of our KFPC board members attended a Farm2School meeting today to discuss the next steps of the program here in Kamloops. There was great energy and ideas being shared, and we at the KFPC are excited to be a part of this wonderful group of people!
If you have any questions about the Farm to School program here in Kamloops, email Keira McPhee at keiramc [at] gmail.com.Read More
Shaw TV did a great video summarizing our programs at our 20th anniversary celebration! Check it out here.Read More
We have an exciting meeting coming up on Wednesday, Nov 4! We will begin with a special video about seed democracy, have a delicious potluck dinner, followed by our networking meeting and clean up.
4:30-5:15pm: Video about seed democracy (come early if you’re interested!)
We’ll be watching excerpts from a FOOD JUSTICE Forum that took place on the final day of “Food Justice from Seed to Market”, an event hosted by the Omega Centre for Sustainable Living from Oct 9-11, 2015. We will feature Dr. Vandana Shiva an environmental leader and ecofeminist, and Winona LaDuke, an orator and activist.
5:15-5:30pm: Potluck Dinner
5:30-7:30pm: Networking Meeting (focused on KFPC working groups)
7:30-8pm: Clean up
Remember if you have any Hot Topics that you want to discuss, please email Addie at adriennedecandole [at] gmail.com before Wednesday to get on the agenda.Read More
The Communities in Bloom is being held in Kamloops this week, and the next few days are packed with activities! Note that online registration is closed, but you can register at the door. All events take place in the Sandman Center (formerly ISC).
Events to note:
For more information and to check out the program, check out their website.Read More