One Earth Film Festival—the Midwest’s premier environmental film fest—returns March 3-12 in Chicago. Featuring 30 films at 39 venues throughout Chicagoland and neighboring suburbs, most of which are FREE, the power and range of these films is impressive and there is a film for everyone.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see acclaimed environmental documentaries, covering urban farming, biodiversity, food, transportation, water, waste, climate change, energy and environmental advocacy.

Thought leaders and experts will lead discussions immediately following each screening, offering audience members actionable opportunities to deepen their commitment to a sustainable future.

Green America will be there, too! Anna Meyer, Green America’s Food Campaigns Manager, will be featured on the Q&A panel after the film At the Fork to discuss solutions and opportunities for action.

At the Fork
Saturday, March 4th, 3pm
Oak Park Public Library, Veterans’ Room, 834 Lake Street, Oak Park
Space is limited, so get your tickets (all screenings are FREE with a suggested $6 donation)

We’ll also host a casual Green America Gathering on Thursday, March 2 at 6:00 PM. Chicago Diner, a Green Business Network member, will host the event at their Logan Square location (2333 N. Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL) and will provide light appetizers. If you’re interested in attending and meeting fellow Green Business Network members, please RSVP directly to Development Director Kathy Harget.

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