Food for Thought

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    “Food for Thought” features everyday people who are changing the food supply one forkful at a time. Be inspired by Edmonton’s local food movement to eat locally, eat cleanly, and eat charitably. Join the revolution!

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    Food for Thought

    • Alberta
    • Length: 7 minutes, 52 seconds
    • Genre: Documentary
    • Topics: Environment, Health
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    Eat locally, eat cleanly, eat charitably!

    Type: Web Series
    Genre: Documentary
    Topics: Environment, Health
    Target Audience: All Audiences
    Target Length: 8 minutes
    Budget: $10,000

    Created By

    Joanne Levenick ,  Alberta

    Synopsis

    Over the last few years, Albertans have been seeking out every opportunity to find local and clean food. Interest in where our food comes from and how it is produced has inspired Edmontonians to plant community gardens, fruit trees, urban farms, balcony planters and so much more. Educational seminars on canning, soil stewardship and children's green-thumb classes have sprung up all over the city. And in true Edmonton fashion a prominent element of the local food movement includes community building and charity. Be inspired by this local food revolution! We'll start our journey in the Green & Gold Community Garden. The pilot episode features the acre sized "farm" garden that is completely run by volunteers, doesn't use any chemicals and gives all of the proceeds from sales to charity!

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    Experience, youthful passion and production savvy - the Food for Thought team has it all. We've got 55 years of combined TV production experience, a love of all things 'on the screen' and the gadgets! Don't get us started on the gadgets. :)


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