Strengthening our local communities is a primary step in addressing climate change. We have the resources in our neighborhoods to be resilient in the face of food insecurity, soil loss, social injustice, energy costs, waste, and pollution. Permaculture is a positive message for change and provides a framework to help us address complex issues with simple human-centered solutions that build on each other.
OnFebruary 13th at 6:30pm, Green Cambridge, Somerville Climate Action, and Soil4Climate will present the documentary film Inhabit at The Rockwell theatre in Davis Square. This award-winning movie explores permaculture through the lens of rural, suburban, and urban landscapes--many of them right in here in the Boston area. In addition, permaculture expert Andrew Faust of the Center for Bioregional Living and Seth Itzkan of Soil4Climate will host a short discussion immediately afterward.
Donations accepted at the door. Theatre is wheelchair accessible via elevator. Beer and wine will be available for sale, but the event is all ages. We look forward to seeing you there!
Doors at 6:30, Movie at 6:45, Talk at 8:30.
Sponsored by The Somerville Community Growing Center, the Mystic River Watershed Association, and Pemberton Farms.