Oahu Patagonia stores host 'Unbroken Ground' screening
As awareness grows in regards to the connection between Earth’s food supply and the negative effects of climate change, national retailer Patagonia has partnered with filmmaker Chris Malloy to share the stories of groups leading the charge in developing more sustainable production methods.
“Unbroken Ground” explores advancements in regenerative agriculture, restorative grazing, new crop development and selective-harvest fishing. The 25-minute film underscores the core beliefs of Patagonia’s new food line, Patagonia Provisions, in that “food can and should be grown, harvested and produced in ways that restore the land, water, wildlife and human health,” according to news release sent by the company.
Oahu residents will have two opportunities to view the film; both screenings will be followed by panel discussions with Malloy, Patagonia Provisions director Birgit Cameron and local Patagonia brand ambassador and waterwoman Kimi Werner. Complimentary food and drinks will be provided.
The first screening is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. July 30 at Patagonia Haleiwa, 66-250 Kamehameha Hwy. Call (808) 637-1245. A second screening will take place at 6 p.m. July 31 at Patagonia Honolulu, 940 Auahi St. Call (808) 593-7502.
Can’t make the screenings? Check out “Unbroken Ground” in its entirety online at PatagoniaProvisions.com and Patagonia.com starting Aug. 1.
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