The Wildhorse Resort & Casino Cineplex will offer a free, one-time screening of the regenerative farming documentary "Common Ground." It will be shown on Wednesday, February 7 at 4 pm.

"Common Ground" focuses on the regenerative pioneers in ag

The documentary, produced by Common Ground Film and Big Picture Ranch, offers insight to the current American food system, profiling "a movement of white, Black and Indigenous farmers who are using alternative ‘regenerative’ models of agriculture that could balance the climate, save people’s health and stabilize America’s economy."

The "Regenerative Movement" hopes to create a food system that is sustainable, nutritionally dense, and restorative to our ecosystems.

"Common Ground" stars Woody Harrelson, Jason Momoa, Rosario Dawson, Donald Glover and Laura Dern.

Reservation representative urging locals to see film and attend Q&A

Lisa Ganuelas, a Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) Board of Trustees member, stated in a press release:

There is limited opportunity in our region to showcase what the collaborators of this film hope to share. But I am learning there are more open minds in the region that I think will gravitate to learning what ‘Common Ground’ has to give and help build this movement.

A Q&A session will be held after the screening in order to further educate and enlighten viewers on regenerative farming, a key issue in the Pacific Northwest. Ganuelas hopes that the screening will encourage others to seek drought and climate change solutions.

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