Film Screening to Benefit CAN

Join CAN at the Friday April 13 screening of Mark Kitchell’s new film, “The Evolution of Organic.” The film tracks the history of the organic food movement. Q&A and a panel of speakers, including CAN’s executive director Rose Cohen, follow the screening. This event is

By | March 27th, 2018|agroecology, Film, News|

“Ending Seasonal Hunger in Nicaragua” Nominated for Remi Award!

CAN is proud to announce that “Ending Seasonal Hunger in Nicaragua,” has been nominated for a Remi Award at the 51st Annual Independent Film Festival to be held April 20-29 in Houston, Texas. 

The documentary film explores food cultures, farming practices, and innovative solutions to reduce seasonal

By | March 26th, 2018|agroecology, coffee farmers, Film, Food Sovereignty, Las Segovias, News, Nicaragua|

River Park Garden: An Experimental Collaboratively Authored Film

Community Agroecology Network’s (CAN) Growing Justice youth team collaborated with seven University of California, Santa Cruz undergraduate students from Professor Emily Cohen Ibañez’s Visual Sociology class to produce a 20-minute film, the River Park Garden Film Collective documentary. Under the guidance of Cohen Ibañez, an award-winning professional filmmaker and anthropologist, the student team spent

By | February 27th, 2016|agroecology, Film, Growing Justice, News, Photography, Publications, videos|