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Monday, July 14, 2014

GROW! Educational DVD now available

The 60 minute Educational Deluxe Edition of GROW! with Scene Selections, 30 minutes of Bonus Features + PPR is now available on the GROW! movie website here


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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Farm To Frame Group Photo Show

July 11, 2014 - A group photo exhibit at the Ponce City Market in Atlanta to benefit Wholesome Wave Georgia will feature some never before seen images of GROW! farmers from the filmmakers private collection.  

On July 11th, a private Southern Chefs Potluck Pre-Party will be held in the gallery space to thank supporters of Wholesome Wave Georgia. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the photography, with a percentage of the proceeds going to Wholesome Wave Georgia. 
The event is by invitation only.

The exhibit will be up through July so you can have the chance to view some extraordinary photographs from 10 outstanding photographers on the subject of farming and farmers.

Ponce City Market's Art Gallery - 650 North Ave NE ATLANTA GA 30308

For information on attending this private event or to make an appointment to visit the gallery space please contact us at info@growmovie.net

For more info on the event go to photographer/filmmakers blog

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

The Real Next Generation of Farmers!

Small organic sustainable farmers are changing the way we think about our food.

Coast to coast and around the world, more small farms are beginning and more young people are beginning to farm.
This is more than a movement- it's the next step in a culture betrayed by big Ag.

Get GROW! Watch GROW! Share GROW!

























Streaming/Download/VOD/DVD... growmovie.net

Monday, May 5, 2014

Start a Revolution!

We've lowered the prices of all community screening packages because it's very imortant that more people understand who grows their food and who these passionate young beginning farmers are.

Start a food revolution in your community now.  































#youngfarmers

Friday, April 25, 2014

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Farm Fresh Georgia!

Farm Fresh Georgia by Jodi Helmer is a travel guidebook featuring 300+ agritourism destinations across the state from farms and u-picks to farmers markets and farm-to-table restaurants — all with a focus on sustainable agriculture and educational opportunities.




Thanks Jodi for covering so much ground and also including GROW! in this wonderful book.

Friday, April 18, 2014

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

GROW! goes to Lafayette, CA








Come to a presentation at the Lafayette Library on Thursday, April 10, to learn about ways local organic farmers are delivering their delicious wares to folks in Lamorinda.

Sustainable Lafayette is hosting a display, presentation, and movie. Find out your produce options, and meet with current customers who enjoy their fresh weekly produce boxes.

Then you can stay to see the 50-minute movie Grow, which takes a look at “a new generation of sustainable farmers through the eyes, hearts, and minds of 20 passionate, idealistic, and independent young growers.”

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

"I Think Of You"

Here's LITTLE COUNTRY GIANTS' music video "I Think of You" with farmer Wes Swancy as the truck drivin' man. This song, along with many others by this cool band are in the movie.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

Sheep Wrangling



Sheep wrangling music sequence from the film.
Sequence shot at Manyfold Farm. Thanks Ross.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Monday, March 24, 2014

Friday, March 21, 2014

Who GROWS Your Food?

Worldwide attention is on small scale, sustainable, organic farms and young, beginning farmers- there must be a reason. 

Could it be that a growing number of people are questioning who grows their food? 
Asking how is it grown?  What has been added to it?  
Is it safe to eat?  
And what exactly is this stuff?

The answer yes.

More people are turning to farmers markets to gather fresh vegetables, milk, eggs and meat.
More people are joining a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).
More people are deciding what is right for them.

A return to real food and real farmers is a growing reality.

So... who grows your food?



 

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