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Showing Soon at the CEEE

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Hey All – thought I might pass along some information about two documentaries showing at the CEEE (Center for Energy and Environmental Education at University of Northern Iowa) later this month.  Both sound very interesting!  Free and open to the public!

  

Living Downstream will be shown Monday, November 14, at 7:00 p.m. in UNI’s Center for Energy and Environmental Education auditorium. The Washington Post writes, “Handsomely photographed and powerfully argued . . . Steingraber’s scientific cool and unflagging sense of mission make for an arresting portrait of a self-styled modern day Rachel Carson.”

 

Vanishing of the Bees will be shown Wednesday, November 30, at 7:00 p.m. in UNI’s Center for Energy and Environmental Education auditorium.  Immediately after the showing, an outstanding panel of experts, including Andrew Joseph (the state apiarist), Carl Thurman (UNI Biology Department), Manley Bigalk (Golden Ridge Honey), and Robert Fassbinder (Fassbinder Apiary), will discuss the film and the ramifications right here in Iowa.

 

For more information on CEEE, please click here: http://www.ceee.uni.edu.

 

 

 

See you in the gardens.

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November 10, 2011 at 9:38 pm

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