Third Thursday Film, “Our Land “August 18 th, 2016

Dairy Creek Community Food Web presents the August 18, 2016 FOOD FILM FESTIVAL screening:OUR LAND in Four Episodes;
“SOLUTION TO POLLUTION” – Farms will be servicing the people who live close to them.

“DISTRIBUTION” – Sell it from the field, no warehousing.

“ADAPTIVE SEEDS” – Seeds produced in one region and planted in another will struggle to defend themselves against disease.

“GOOD FARMA: ACCESS TO GRAZING” – Land leasing issues include hoops to jump through, strings attached, misinformation.

As usual, free film, free popcorn, and fine conversation: Forest Grove Grange, 1917 “B” St, 7:30.Third Thursday, August 18.


Third Thursday Film SOURLANDS July 21,2016 7:30 pm

Welcome to SOURLANDS : a film that weaves a provocative tale of ecology, energy and agriculture, told from a deep forest surrounded by sprawl. The film is set in an area of New Jersey where an unlikely forest still exists in that over-populated state. A group of local engineers searches for new ways to save energy and stop global warming. Pay close attention, and the challenges facing this community look a lot like the challenges facingecosystems, farmers, and energy visionaries everywhere. 

 The film is the latest to be screened by Dairy Creek Community Food Web at Forest Grove Grange on Thursday, JULY 21, 2016, 7:30 pm at 1917 “B” Street. One of the Up, Up, Farm! series developed by The Greeenhorns, you will learn more about the realities of current climate change and how people are answering those changes. As usual, free film, free popcorn, and fine conversation. 

The synopsis:
From award-winning journalist Jared Flesher comes SOURLANDS,

a provocative tale of ecology, energy, and agriculture. 

In the Sourlands of New Jersey, a rampaging deer herd, invasive plants, 

and wholesale habitat destruction threaten the local ecosystem. Farmers 

in the surrounding valley battle against high land prices, high property taxes,

and increasingly erratic weather patterns. 

The message of cautious hope presented in the film is just as universal:

To start solving complicated environmental problems, we need to forgo quick

fixes and start restoring the natural world — and people’s connection to it —

from the forest floor up.  

North Plains Thursday Marketplace July 21,2016 5:00-8:00 pm

OHSU/Tuality Community Hospital will hold health screenings July 21st at the market. Live Music provided by the Rogue Pub.Market matches $10.00 on SNAP/ Double up Bucks for Oregon Trail Cards! Senior/WIC vouchers honored. Market Sprouts receive $3.00 with each visit to the market towards purchase of fruits and vegetables! 

Veggie Tattoos and beet prints for children under age four.

  Make art in front of the historic murals in progress!  


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