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“Food for Thought, Food for Life was our first film of the festival and we received nothing but positive comments about it.  The big surprise and “ah-ha” moment was the section about urban farming and the guys who were talking about building gardens in schools and neighborhoods. The solutions presented really excited the audience. Well done on you!”

– Tracy Hindman – Program Manager, Lifetree Film Fest

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Happy Food Day! Today, thousands of events are being held around the country to celebrate and enjoy real food and to push for improved food policies. This year, Food Day is partnering with award-winning filmmaker, designer and philanthropist Susan Rockefeller, whose new documentary, Food For...

Photo courtesy Rodale's Organic Life From home brewing and homemade pickles to DIY apiaries and chicken coops, there's an ever-increasing segment of the population aiming to go back to the past. Striving to be "the handbook for living naturally in the modern world," Rodale's Organic Life...

Rodale’s Organic Life, the handbook for living naturally in the modern world published by Rodale Inc., today announced its first signature event. The Farm2Fork Festival, sponsored by Subaru (I happily drive a Forester!), will take place in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on Saturday, October 24 and Sunday,...

Food Day is coming up on October 24th! You can join in the celebration with Susan Rockefeller by watching a new film called Food for Thought. While you’re there, enjoy unique fare using farm fresh ingredients from vendors across New York City and beyond. [Food...

It seems redundant, if not downright disastrous for one’s waistline, to celebrate Food Day a month before Thanksgiving. Nonetheless, that annual celebration will be taking place on Saturday. Marking the occasion is philanthropist Susan Rockefeller’s documentary “Food for Thought, Food for Life,” which will be...