Many people have educated themselves about food and water issues.  We know that eating locally grown food in season is better for our bodies and for the environment, and it’s one of the easiest ways in which we can personally help to combat climate change and at the same time enjoy the best-tasting food that nature has to offer. Likewise, we understand the vital importance of clean, accessible drinking water for all. In fact, such access is a key component of the Millenium Development Goals for developing countries. But our most precious resource is being polluted, wasted, and bought and sold as a commodity. In the FOOD & WATER Bullfrog Community, we'll teach each other how to encourage local sustainable agriculture as well as how to become responsible and knowledgeable consumers, and tackle the onrushing freshwater crisis by teaching each other about successful water conservation practices and technologies and by fighting for the principle that water is a human right.

Host a screening today to find out what's at stake, and how you can help.


TAPPED (75 min)
An unflinching examination of the big business of bottled water.
Documents the devastating effect that oil and natural gas drilling is having on the health of families and the environment in the Rocky Mountain West.
(76 min)

A witty and provocative documentary about kids and food politics.
(72 min)

Makes the case for a plant-based diet, which is good for our bodies, good for the environment, and mitigates climate change.      
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