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rBGH/rBST Victory
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One Man One Cow One Planet

Join us for the start of the 2009 Slow Food Boston Film Series. We are thrilled to be able to screen three amazing documentaries this year, starting off with a bang on Sunday, February 8th at 3:30pm.

One Man One Cow One Planet Screening
Location: Theordore Parker Church, West Roxbury
Cost: $5
When: Sunday, 02/08/2009 3:30PM

An 80-year-old farmer from New Zealand has made it his mission to help the people of India produce better food in safer ways more in tune with their environment and the health of their soil... Peter Proctor has been called 'the father of the modern biodynamic movement,' and Barbara & Tom Burstyn followed his travels through India for a year in order to produce 'One Man, One Cow, One Planet: How to Save the World.' Check out their website for more information. http://www.cloudsouthfilms.co.nz/films/onecow/about.html

Theodore Parker Church is located at 1859 Centre Street, on the corner of Corey Street, in West Roxbury. There is parking on the street and in local lots. It is accessible by MBTA bus (check out www.MBTA.com for maps).

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