It's a Collaboration!
The Sustainability Film Series began in late 2010. The Co-op originally partnered with Transition Town Ypsilanti and Growing Hope. In 2012, we added another partner: the Ypsilanti District Library. Find details on the next film by clicking Upcoming Events in the right sidebar.
Dec 13 6pm potluck/7pm movie: "Economics of Happiness"
at Downtown Ypsi Library!
The film screening takes place immediately following Growing Hope's monthly Community Potluck in the main room of the downtown Ypsi Library. The potluck begins at 6pm -- please bring a dish to share!
Our goal is to screen documentary movies on topics that teach about the building blocks of a sustainable and resilient community, such as sustainably grown food, clean and available water, stable infrastructure, good health, art & soul, economic justice, renewable energy, right livelihood, etc.
Our past films have included a number of great films:
The Power of Community in December 2010 & February 2013
No Impact Man in January 2011
The Garden in February 2011
The Economics of Happiness in March 2011
FRESH! in April 2011
Grown in Detroit in May 2011 and May 2012
Truck Farm in June 2011
A Farm for the Future in July 2011
Urban Roots in August 2011 and May 2013
Rivers and Tides in September 2011
The Fourth World War in October 2011
In Transition in November 2011
Forks Over Knives in January 2012
Is Wal-Mart Good For America? in February 2012
The Eleventh Hour in March 2012
Czech Dream in April 2012
Blue Gold in June 2012
Gasland in July 2012
If A Tree Falls in August 2012
An Inconvenient Truth in September 2012
Ingredients in October 2012
The Greenest Building in November 2012
Bag It in December 2012
Fixing the Future in January 2013
Patagonia Rising in March 2013
Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action in April 2013
Within Reach in June 2013
Dive in July 2013
YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip in August 2013
Designing Healthy Communities in September 2013
Promised Land in October 2013
Soul Food Junkies in November 2013
We hope to see you at our Sustainability Film Series. For more information, contact Lisa Bashert.