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Fourth Annual Sustainable Food Film Series to Begin

 
With our world becoming more and more interested in more organic and natural approaches to eating, there has been an array of educational methods to get the message out there. From conventions to farmers markets, internet videos, documentaries and of now the annual sustainable food film series set in Denver, Colorado. The Fourth Annual Sustainable Food Film Series is set to begin at the Denver Botanic Gardens this week. Screening is $5 for attendees and the film is meant to educate and inform the population of healthy eating. The series will raise awareness on how to grow, produce and consume food in a much healthier and more sustainable way. There will be a total of four films covering organics, sustainable farming, local food, and seafood crisis. The films will be airing beginning September through November at the Denver Botanical Gardens Mitchell Hall. Doors open at 6PM and screenings begin at 6:30PM.

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