AMERICA’S SUSTAINABLE GARDEN: UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN

World Premiere

AMERICA’S SUSTAINABLE GARDEN: UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN

AMERICA’S SUSTAINABLE GARDEN: UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN (USA, 2011, 15 min.)

World Premiere The United States Botanic Garden, at the foot of the U.S. Capitol, is a living plant museum that helps people understand that plants are not optional, but are fundamental to our society and our existence. Amidst all the beauty in this film is the overriding, critical message of sustainability. Directed by Joan D. Murray. Produced by Sandy Cannon-Brown and Andrea Bloom.

"Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, Wine" program welcome by Kathy Sweeney-Hammond, Academic Affairs Director, Maret School. Introduced by Andrea Meditch, Chair, Development Committee, Maret School. Discussion with Out to Pasture: The Future of Farming? filmmaker Allen Moore and his student film crew follows program.

Shown with PORTRAIT OF A WINEMAKER: JOHN WILLIAMS OF FROG’S LEAP, CORNER PLOT & OUT TO PASTURE: THE FUTURE OF FARMING?

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

Maret School, 3000 Cathedral Ave., NW

(Metro: Woodley Park-Zoo/ Adams Morgan, Connecticut Ave. exit. Red line)

(Metrobuses: 96, X3, L1, L2, L4)

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