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Santa Cruz Transplants & Friends Message Board › 3 Days Left to Bring Unacceptable Levels Film to Santa Cruz

3 Days Left to Bring Unacceptable Levels Film to Santa Cruz

Cheryl-Meetup
calpsychik
Santa Cruz, CA
Hi All,

I'm clarifying information about this film event, because some people didn't understand how Tugg works.

For this award-winning film to be shown in Santa Cruz on Feb 27, hosted by the filmmaker who is traveling here from the East Coast, there needs to be enough ticket orders by Feb 17, 11am. The information about chemicals in our environment can be hard to understand and seek out, but a film makes it easier so you can make informed decisions. For example, here are some links about endocrine disruptors and obesogens:
http://www.niehs.nih.gov/health/topics/agents/endocrine/­
http://www.rodalenews.com/topic/hormone-disruptors-and-obesogens­
http://www.obesogenic.org/obesogens-list-a-complete-list-of-obesogens.html­
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3279464/­

These chemicals can affect humans (especially during pregnancy) and also wildlife and plants. One test showed that a common chemical caused frogs to change from male to female.

You can purchase tickets here:
http://www.tugg.com/e...­

If the event is called off, you won't be charged. Tell your friends! This is a great opportunity to ask the filmmaker your questions, and the event benefits the charity Surfing for Change.

I'll be asking about what he knows about toxins concentrating in certain food products. I'll also ask about the plastics commonly used in agriculture, such as for drip irrigation, pipes, hoses, hydroponics, greenhouses, pots, and to cover plants.

FYI, I haven't seen the film, but I would like to. This event was put together by another group, not myself. I just thought some transplanters might be interested in seeing it, as I was.

Thanks!
Cheryl
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