Organised by Arizona State University

Screening of “Roots so Deep (you can see the devil down there)” Part 1


Take advantage of the Learning Planet Festival to discover the first part of "Roots So Deep (you can see the devil down there)”, a 4-part documentary series all about inventive farmers and maverick scientists building a path to solving climate change with hooves, heart, and soil.

After the screening, stay for a chance to discuss with the director of "Roots so deep", Peter Byck.

Can a novel way to graze cattle, that mimics the way bison once roamed the land, help get farmers out of debt, restore our depleted soils, rebuild wildlife habitat and draw down huge amounts of carbon? Cattle have been seen as eco-villains for a long time. What if they can help save us from catastrophic climate change?
“Roots So Deep” is guided by director and wrangler of scientists Peter Byck as he meets farmers on both sides of the fence – the folks practicing a new way to graze, and their neighbors set in their family’s old style of doing things.

Thu, January 26, 2023

18:30 CET, UTC+1h

  • Inspiration & Imagination
  • Vocational Education & Training

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  • Online event
  • English

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