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Helms Bakery Partners With VisionLA To Screen “Soil Carbon Cowboys”
December 6, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Join us on Sunday, December 6th from 7:00 – 9:00pm for an evening of films including the screening of Soil Carbon Cowboys. Meet Allen Williams, Gabe Brown and Neil Dennis – heroes and innovators!
These ranchers now know how to regenerate their soils while making their animals healthier and their operations more profitable. They are turning ON their soils, enabling rainwater to sink into the earth rather than run off. And these turned ON soils retain that water, so the ranches are much more resilient in drought. It’s an amazing story that has just begun.
Guests Attending this Screening: Director Peter Byck
Screening with: 100 Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct
US 2014 56 min, Director Peter Byck
Parking is located at the Free Valet in the lot on Helms Avenue and Venice Boulevard.
The Helms Bakery Festival events run Thursday, December 3rd through Wednesday, December 9th. We hope you join us for a film screening or discussion, enjoy an art installation or theatre performance, or come to all of the events around our campus. The Festival umbrella brings together a collective of artists who have much to share about shaping a better future. For a complete Festival calendar, click here.
The VisionLA ’15 Climate Action Arts Festival is the first-ever multi-disciplinary arts festival throughout the greater Los Angeles area organized to give artists a voice in the increasingly urgent conversation around climate change, resource use and environmental social justice. The festival is an all-volunteer, grassroots effort organized by artists for artists, and for the Los Angeles community as a whole. This first year, the festival is timed to coincide with the UN’s COP21 Global Climate Conference in Paris, from November 30 through December 11, to raise awareness of this important milestone in the international call for strong carbon emissions standards.