See the film Urban Roots at a Pre-Fest Screening!
Sacred Keepers Sustainability Lab is hosting a screening of Urban Roots at 4445 S. King Dr. in Chicago, IL on Saturday, March 1 at 2-4 p.m. Reserve tickets. Join this Facebook event to receive news and updates.
Stay for a fun and engaging discussion and meet local community groups involved in real projects that are building Chicago's urban agriculture and community garden movement. While this pre-fest screening is FREE, seating is limited, so please reserve your ticket using the link.
This film will be screened again during the One Earth Film Festival on Sunday, March 9 at 3-5:15 p.m. at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Chicago, IL. Reserve ticket.
Urban Roots follows the urban farming phenomenon in Detroit. Produced by Leila Conners (The 11th Hour) Mark MacInnis and Mathew Schmid, the film is a timely, moving and inspiring film that chronicles the hopes and dreams of Detroit's "next big idea."
Young urban farmers are reclaiming vacant land and coming back to the city to set up organic farms. This new agricultural movement is feeding Detroit -- both its appetite and sense of hope.
Urban Roots speaks to a nation grappling with collapsed industrial towns and the need to forge a sustainable and prosperous future.
Directed By Mark MacInnis / 2011 / 93 minutes
This film will be screened again during the One Earth Film Festival on Sunday, March 9 at 3-5:15 p.m. at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Chicago, IL. Reserve ticket