“Agriculture is the number two culprit in climate change.”
Join us for a screening of Sustainable, a documentary showcasing some of the most challenging agricultural issues faced by our food system, and the community of leaders determined to fix them. Hopeful and optimistic, Sustainable follows a seventh-generation farmer, Marty Travis, in central Illinois whose land and community buckled to the pressures of big agribusiness.
Sustainable is narrated by filmmakers Matt Wechsler and Annie Speicher of Hourglass Films. It has been screened at over 40 film festivals worldwide and won the 2016 Accolade Global Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Achievement.
This screening is part of our Films about Food series, inviting all into our food equity work through a series of screenings examining various aspects of the world’s food systems. From community and consumer choices to regenerative agriculture, these films inspire and give hope for how individuals and institutions are adapting for greater equity and sustainability.”