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‘Until the End of the World’ Film Screening

May 9 @ 6:00 pm 8:00 pm

What was the last fish you ate? Where did it originate? How was it produced? More importantly, who was impacted?

Fish farming is the fastest growing sector of food production, described as the ‘sustainable answer for food security’. Aquaculture attracts billions in public and private investment, but as the world population nears the 9.7Bn predicted by 2050, is it the solution? A new film by investigative journalist and award-winning film-maker, Francesco De Augustinis, ‘Until The End Of The World’, takes the viewer on a journey from central Italy through Europe, West Africa and South America to meet communities dealing with what many refer to as ‘a neo-colonialist threat’ rather than a solution.

Hosted by Sustainable Woodstock, the Rauch Foundation, and Billings Farm and Museum. Made possible by our underwriters RAUCH FOUNDATION, VERMONT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, and MASCOMA BANK and sponsors Ellaway Group, The Unicorn, and Mark Knott DDS.

69 Old River Rd
Woodstock, Vermont 05091 United States
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