An omnivore, a vegan, a vegetarian, and a scavengavore watch a screening of the documentary At the Fork which is about how an omnivore husband and a vegetarian wife explore how farm animals are raised for food. From large scale conventional farms to smaller organic farms, they show us real people grappling with the moral dimensions of farming animals for food. Watch the trailer here.
Places We Visited
This restaurant, located on the Georgetown waterfront at Washington Harbor, is owned by American family farmers that belong to the North Dakota Farmers Union and is guided by a very simple principal: they see everything and share everything Through The Eyes Of The Farmer. The restaurant is LEED Silver Certified through the U.S. Green Building Council, and operates as a 3 Star Certified Green Restaurant, certification by the Green Restaurant Association.
After dinner, we had a 5-minute walk to the theatre to watch the movie on fully reclining seats. Fun!
After the movie, we had another quick walk for ice cream. One of the many, many reasons we support Ben & Jerry’s is because in addition to traditional ice cream, they also offer dairy-free ice cream and they support fair trade. Read about their business operations.
Sister Eden Media received no compensation from any companies for featuring them in this video.
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