The Clean Hippie gives a run-down on what she learned/liked from the film + pics/deets on the panel conversation afterwards with some of NYC’s finest in farm-to-table movement: Elizabeth Meltz from Batali & Bastianich Group, Jimmy Carbone from Jimmy’s no. 43, Carlos Suarez from Bobo, Ian Marvey from Added Value, Patrick Martins from Heritage Foods USA, plus our special guests (and characters in the film) Classie Parker from 5 Star Community Gardens and Marty Mesh from Florida Organic Growers. Plus, she made a friend that night in the audience–the movement is already growing : ) yay! Read the full post here: http://cleanhippie.wordpress.com/2010/07/09/whats-organic-about-organic-well-ill-tell-you/
The blog with bite-sized nutrition information says the film is “not only informative, but also a wonderful “organics 101″ for people who may not be fully aware of the issues that pop up with conventional farming practices.”
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