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Davis Screening of “American Meat” on February 6th

January 25th, 2013 @ 8:28 am by Camille Kirk

The guest post below is by Amanda Wentworth, a third-year Community and Regional Development Major and the Club/Event Coordinator for the ASUCD Campus Center for the Environment:

The Red Jungle Fowl (Gallus gallus) is widely considered the ancestor of the domestic chicken; a rooster at UC Davis.

The Red Jungle Fowl (Gallus gallus) is widely considered the ancestor of the domestic chicken; a rooster at UC Davis.

Can sustainable farming feed America? Find out: Don’t miss an upcoming screening of the documentary film, American Meat, at Hunt 100 on February 6th, 6-9 p.m.

American Meat is a pro-farmer look at cattle, hog, and chicken production in the U.S. This is a great opportunity, as the film is coming through Davis specifically to be screened for our community!

The event is free and open to the public and is hosted by ASUCD Campus Center for the Environment. Following the film will be a lively Q&A with the film’s director Graham Meriwether. Snacks will be provided and there will be free Chipotle burrito vouchers for everyone attending!

Three core actionable principles guide American Meat’s nationwide Young Farmers Screening Series: (1) thank America’s farmers; (2) support young farmers; and (3) food choices matter.

Come learn more about these actionable principles:  Join us for this important and fun event! And, please spread the word! Follow American Meat on Facebook  and check out our Davis page for local event information.

 

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One Response to “Davis Screening of “American Meat” on February 6th”

  1. I WILL BE THERE!!! BABAAAAAAAAY!

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