Film Evening: A Farm for the Future, 10 July Little Theatre, 6.30pm

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TRANSITION TOWN KAITAIA

PRESENTS

"A FARM FOR THE FUTURE"

At the Kaitaia Community Centre

LITTLE THEATRE

10TH JULY, 6.30PM

Rebecca Hosking investigates how to transform her family's farm in Devon into a low energy farm for the future, exploring ways of farming without using fossil fuel. With the help of pioneering farmers and growers, Rebecca learns that it is actually nature that holds the key to farming in a low energy future.

Comment from John Kenderdine, "I have watched this film and it is wonderful. Everything you wanted to know about the future of farming but were afraid to ask. Although it is made in Devon and not NZ, it raises the same issues about the future of farming that all modern farmers will have to face in the near future. While all the answers in this film may not apply here, the problems do, and we hope there will always be someone bright enough to adapt other people's ideas for local use".

All welcome. TTK accept koha to assist with expenses. Join us for supper (hot soup) and discussion after the film.

Transition Town Kaitaia will be showing films on the second Friday of every month. A tentative programme for the remainder of the year will be available at the Little Theatre on film nights.

 


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7 years, 7 months ago
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These training sessions are both boon for IT staff and employers, as it not only assists in achieving proper skill set required to be abreast with the rest in the market, but also gives IT professionals wider advantage in claiming better future prospects.
7 years, 7 months ago
MCITP Certification
These training sessions are both boon for IT staff and employers, as it not only assists in achieving proper skill set required to be abreast with the rest in the market, but also gives IT professionals wider advantage in claiming better future prospects.

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