Special Events & Conferences

"You have put faces and identities to rural folks who have been subjected to the gross injustice of our food production system. Your film raises this question: Is this really the best way to produce our food and to provide for our people?"
Larry Breech
Pennsylvania Farmers Union

Just Food
Food Justice and the Public good: A New York City Summit on Farms and Food

"As We Sow, So Shall We Reap?" Seminar presented by Jan Weber and facilitated by Michael Fink, including screenings of As We Sow and The Meatrix .

American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans LA
Romancing the Farm: Growing Distance between Idyll and Real in the US Country
Seminar presented by Kendall Thu, Northern Illinois University

Farms Without Harm
A network of concerned citizens and groups promoting safe, sustainable farming in Michigan

Factory Farms: Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask
Film screening and panel discussion with William Weida, director of GRACE Factory Farming Campaign and Ann Woiwode, director Mackinac Chapter of the Sierra Club, Grand Rapids MI

Association of Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums ALHFAM
Sustaining History: Valuing Tradition and Sharing Innovation
Presented by Bill Niman, Niman Ranch

Polson Institute for Global Development, Cornell
Presented by Jan Weber to members, faculty, and students, Cornell, Ithica NY 
AS WE SOW was made a permanent part of the Polson Institute Video Collection 

More Events
  • Summit for Sustainable Hog Farming, Clear Lake IA
  • Sustainable Agriculture: Community Screening, Woodstock NY
  • Food & Farm Chautauqua, Chicago Media Watch
  • White Dog Café Foundation & Fair Food, Philadelphia PA
  • Midwest Farm Policy Forum, Sioux Falls SD
  • Farm Aid, Pittsburgh PA
  • Iowa State Senate - Democratic Caucus, Des Moines, IA
  • Missouri House of Representatives - Michael S. Daus District 67
  • US Representative Ron Kind, Wisconsin, Congressional District 3