Time: 1 min 46 s
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DIRT MAKES FOOD
FoodCycles (http://foodcycles.org) is hosting a screening of DIRT! at Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor St W; map) on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 (6:30-8:30 PM). Dirt! the movie tells the amazing story of the earth we stand on everyday and how we depend on it for life. In addition, FoodCycles is fundraising for its education work. Tickets will be available online, in advance and at the door on a sliding scale of $10-20. There will be a reception at 6:30 PM and the movie will start at 7 PM and end at 8:30 PM. You can buy sprouts, vegetable earrings or memberships during the reception.
Where: Bloor Cinema (506 Bloor St W; map)
When: Thu, Jan 28, 2010 (6:30-8:30 PM)
GETTING DOWN AND DIRTY
Dirt! the movie tells the secret story of the stuff we stand stand on everyday. One teaspoon of dirt has billions of good critters that make life possible every day - through weather, from the trees and forests to every bit of food we eat. This funny yet serious movie shows you how the living dirt beneath us is doing and how we are all made of and connected to dirt. Based on the book by William Bryant, you'll hear from top scientists to Riker Island criminals about the problems and the solutions to today's dirty mess. After watching this movie, you'll never look at dirt the same again. Are you ready to get DIRTy and take action in Toronto?
HOW CAN YOU LEARN MORE?
You can learn more about dirt through FoodCycles' blog. FoodCycles is a local Toronto not for profit city farm that teaches people about making dirt and compost and growing food. (http://foodcycles.org) You can contact FoodCycles with questions, comments or suggestions at email@example.com.
GET TO THESE RESOURCES!
Dirt Fights Climate Change Guaranteed
WE ARE DIRT! BELIEVE IT!
Make Wine, Eat Dirt
DIRT! The Movie TRAILER
DIRT! The Movie Web Site
DIRT! The Movie Press Kit
Dirt: The Ecstatic Skin of the Earth (Hardcover)
FoodCycles City Farm Learning Centre
FoodCycles Donations - 5, 10, 20
Bloor Street Cinema (map)
Communications, Outreach and Social Enterprise Development, MES
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When & Where
FoodCycles is a city farm not for profit in Toronto that teaches people how to raise worms, make nutritious, vibrant soil compost and grow food.
We established ourselves in 2007 with the aim of serving and representing all of Toronto. We will grow and expand to support all communities within the city and replicate the project in other urban areas beyond Toronto’s borders.
In summary, we want to engage and educate our city’s diverse communities, inspiring people to gro