Join us for a public screening of a NFB documentary in advance of the National Meeting of Slow Food in Canada. The filmmaker Millefiore Clarkes will introduce the film and take questions afterward.
"Prince Edward Island has long been famous for its spuds and red mud. But in the last 50 years since industrialized farming took root, this small, predominantly agricultural island has seen cancer and respiratory illness rates rise to the highest of anywhere in Canada. Is there a link? Rather than dwelling on PEI’s worrisome monocropping practices, Island Green dares to ask: What if PEI went entirely organic?"
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