Farmageddon in LA this Weekend!

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Farmageddon

This weekend is the L.A. premiere of Farmageddon. I’ve been waiting for this movie for years!

There are a number of special events being planned in concert with the film release.  If you are in L.A., please join us! If you have been wondering how to make your friends and family aware of the struggling family farmers and the healing foods they produce, this is your chance. Invite them to one of these events this weekend and plug them into the local foods movement.

If you don’t live here but you know folks in LA, please forward this post to them or post on Facebook or Twitter.

Friday, June 24

Join the Los Angeles Whole Foods Nutrition Meetup Group (hosted by Ann Marie Michaels and Victoria Coulter) for the LA premiere of the brand new feature documentary, FARMAGEDDON

After the movie, there will be a Q & A with director, Kristin Canty, and Sharon Palmer, owner of Healthy Family Farms (featured in the film).

After the Q & A, we will walk over to the Santa Monica Fairmont Hotel for drinks and food and conversation at the hotel lobby lounge.

If You Plan to Attend:
Please RSVP here with the number of people you will be bringing.

Saturday, June 25

Mark McAfee of Organic Pastures will be at the 5:30 screening with Director Kristin Canty. He’ll be giving away raw milk too!

Buy tickets here: Farmageddon Tickets.

Monday, June 27

Can’t make it Friday or Saturday? Want to skip out of work a little early on Monday?

Join Chefs, Farmers and other Foodies on Monday, June 27th for a special happy hour reception and screening!

We’ll have snacks and drinks from 3:30-5:15 pm with Kristin Canty (and me!), then walk over to the theater for the 5:30 pm screening.

Please sign up here — Limited tickets available!

Watch the Trailer

Not in LA?

There will also be other screenings in California — in Santa Barbara, Chico, and San Diego. And then in New York City. Click here to visit the screenings page on the Farmageddon website.

But don’t delay — right now this movie is only showing for ONE week in New York, D.C. and L.A.!

Not close to any of those cities? Click here to request a screening.


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