Leadership Team Minutes of May 15, 2017
Windsor’s artisanal French-style deli offers authentic, ‘simple’ cuisine ... See MoreSee Less
Windsor’s artisanal French-style deli offers authentic, ‘simple’ cuisineMarc-Henri and Maud Jean-Baptiste sell pâtés, sausages, grab-and-go sandwiches, savory pastries, artisanal bread, French wines and must-have pantry staples like jars of goose fat at Maison Porcella,...
🎥 Movies That Matter: Children of the Vine | 🍿 Little Saint Screening
DaVero + Patagonia Present Film + Director Discussion
Wednesday 5.10 // Doors 5:30 pm | Film: 6:00 pm
We invite you to a special screening of what we think is a truly important film.
Children of the Vine is a documentary that carefully and thoughtfully walks you through the massive unintended consequences of the widespread use of glyphosate (a.k.a. RoundUp). It focuses on the impact on vineyard workers, but makes unambiguously clear the ramifications for farm workers, consumers, future generations, and the planet.
This solution driven documentary will highlight more sustainable large scale farming practices capable of feeding the world.
Seating is limited, so be sure to purchase your tickets soon!
🎟️Ticket link below.
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Thank you for sharing!
Congratulations! to Wise Acre Farm for being awarded our Snail of Approval. Farmher Tiffany raises poultry that live the life they deserve. She uses organic feed and rotates the birds around a 15-acre property in Windsor. She is community-minded and shares her time, knowledge & eggs! You can find her eggs in a vending machine on the farm and at Tierra Vegetables Farm.
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Congratulations to Wise Acre Farm and well deserved!
Congratulations Tiffany and Wise Acre farm. Thank you Brad for presenting.
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