Let's vote on a movie via a little poor man's poll in the comments below, and then I'll update this thread with a link to the publicly available film of our choosing.
Then comes the fun part - we all get to come back to the movie thread and talk about the movie! Kinda like a book club, but one where you don't have to read. (Except then you do have to read to participate in the discussion part on the forum, but I digress . . .)
Now, technically speaking, one could watch the movie at any time. And I guess that's okay too, but there's something kinda magical about the thought of all of us popping our own popcorn, firing up our own viewing accouterments, and letting 'er rip . . . together.
Thekla McDaniels wrote: David Liu documentary on land restoration, on a piece of land the size of Belgium.
Beau Davidson wrote:So Fantastic Fungi is in the lead - but it's behind a registration wall. How do people feel about giving foodrevolution.org their email adresses?
Behind Fantastic Fungi is a 3-way tie.
Melissa Ferrin wrote:
I'm watching this because the link worked and I've got it all set and ready to go--links do not work equally around the world. So I was happy to see this was available to me.
Every time you till, you lose 30% of your organic matter. But this tiny ad is durable:
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