Friday, March 18, 2011
Georgia's Market Screens "A Chemical Reaction" in Houston
Georgia's Farm to Market in Houston screens A Chemical Reaction: The Story of a True Green Revolution on Saturday April 9th at 3:00 P.M. This 70min feature film outlines the origins of the natural lawn movement in the U.S. and Canada and explains how this grass-roots movement for safe grass began. Admission to the screening is $5.00. Pay at the door.
Georgia's Farm to Market, located on Katy Freeway on the West side of Houston, serves daily lunch and weekend brunch from a buffet of dishes made with fresh, natural and organic ingredients.
Owners, Georgia and Richard Bost pioneered the Central Texas natural and organic food movement. In 1992, they, along with a few of their friends, founded Texans for Urban Sustainability, a regional organization for organic technology for sustainability (TexUS ROOTS) in order to share their knowledge with farmers, ranchers, landscapers, nurseries and landscape architects, and those who then created Green Movement Houston
From Austin, Georgia's Farm to Market, a natural food store and restaurant is an easy day trip for brunch and a movie.