Join us and Chipotle on Wednesday, August 31st for a screening of Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema on Anderson Lane. The movie will be followed by a panel that will explore the difference between people-centered agriculture vs industrial agriculture, how have indigenous communities and cultures, around the word and in central Texas, been incorporating permaculture-type food production for generations, and how people-centered agriculture can facilitate a way to deepen people’s connection to land & food.
All ticket proceeds benefit Urban Roots! Doors open at 6:30PM, film starts at 7:00PM. The Q&A panel discussion will follow the film.
Edwin Marty – Food Policy Manager, City of Austin
Raj Patel – Author, activist and academic
Sharon Mays – Austin/Travis County Sustainable Food Policy Board Member
Lea Scott – Farm Director, Urban Roots