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Kamloops Films For Change series featuring INHABIT- A Permaculture Perspective

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April 25, 2016 - 12:00 PM

KAMLOOPS - Permaculture Kamloops is the host for the Films For Change series in April, showing INHABIT- A Permaculture Perspective, Wednesday, April 27, at the TRU Alumni Clock Tower Theatre.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., film starts at 7 p.m., admission is by donation. A panel discussion with local experts will follow the film, exploring the many wonderful permaculture principles that are taking shape in our communities and neighbourhoods.

INHABIT is a marvellous documentary film introducing the principles of Permaculture: a design method which offers an ecological lens for solving issues related to agriculture, ecology, economics, society, and sustainability. The film explores the many environmental and agricultural issues facing us today and examines solutions that are being applied using the ecological design process of Permaculture. Permaculture is a design lens that uses the principles found in ecosystems to help shift our impact from destructive to regenerative.

INHABIT presents a vast array of projects, concepts and people utilizing permaculture principles. The film translates the diversity of permaculture into something that is relevant to a diverse audience. For those who are familiar with the concepts of permaculture, the film will be a call to action and a glimpse into the possibilities. For newcomers to permaculture, the film is a great introduction to a new way of being and a fresh way of relating to our environment. Inhabit presents us all with a positive reminder that humans are capable of working with nature as planetary healing forces!

This is a ‘must see’ film that provides an intimate look at permaculture peoples and practices ranging from rural, suburban, and urban landscapes.

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Films For Change is a monthly film series presented by community groups with a focus on environmental, social and cultural sustainability. For more information about the series, email or call 778-470-5695.

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