The anti-GMO movement is strong and determined to retake control of the global food system and two films explain the issues at hand. ‘Seeds of Freedom’ charts the story of seed from diversity-rich farming systems to its transformation into a monopolized commodity. ‘Genetic Roulette’ exposes never-seen-before-evidence that points to genetically engineered foods as a major contributor to disease in people, pets, livestock, and lab animals eating genetically modified soybeans and corn.
Farm-To-Table Wine Dinner Party In the Historic Ketay-Asnes Barn at Audubon Greenwich Saturday, October 15 6:00-9:00 pm RSVP by Tuesday, October 11 at 5 pm Please join us for a unique, food-centric dinner event showcasing seasonal ingredients from local, organic … Read more
“Nourish: food + community” ~ A special film, panel discussion & reception with exhibits Sunday, April 10 2:00-4:30 pm At Audubon Greenwich Celebrate springtime with a short, inspiring film about the ‘organic & real food’ revolution and learn from panelists … Read more
Audubon Greenwich is very pleased to announce that Dr. D. Barry Boyd, a Medical Oncologist at Greenwich Hospital and Yale, will attend Audubon Greenwich’s screening of Living Downstream and take questions from the audience after the film. Dr. Boyd knows Sandra … Read more