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Friday, September 28, 2012

Post from Bethesda Gardens-

September 27, 2012-
2 years after filming GROW! we stopped by Bethesda Boys Home in Savannah to see what was new.  In the photo from left to right are Reid, Caroline, Georgia (she's relatively new at 1 years old),  Kerry Shay (he's new, partnering with Reid to run the farm) and Arianne McGinnis formerly of Hope Grows (currently farmless but still getting her hands dirty by volunteering at the farm). Bethesda Academy Farm & Gardens on FaceBook

Monday, September 24, 2012

GROW! goes to Savannah

Armstrong Atlantic State University

Wednesday, September 26: screenings at Noon and 5PM

Thursday, September 27Special screening at Noon with filmmakers Christine Anthony and Owen Masterson joining GROW! farmers Reid Archer, Program Director at Bethesda Academy Farms and Gardens, Caroline Archer, and Elliot and Darby Smith of Harvest Lake Farm for a discussion about farming and Michael Pollan's book "The Omnivore's Dilemma."
Screening at noon, University Hall 156.
Discussion at 1PM
Info/Map and more at growmovie/screenings

GROW! goes to Atlanta

FRIDAY Sept 28th

Whole Foods Market Buckhead
77 West Paces Ferry Road Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30305

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM  Drinks- Food- Film

Filmmakers be present at screening. 

Free admission- RSVP a must! RSVP

Thursday, September 6, 2012

GROW! goes to North Chatham NY

Sunday, Sept 9th, 2012 at 3PM at the North Chatham Library.
An afternoon of new farmers! Free film showing of GROW! plus Marissa Codey from the Columbia Land Conservancy will talk about their programs supporting new farmers.
Chatham new farmers Mike and Michele Kowalski of Full Field Farm will describe their farm and recent journey into agriculture.
More info at Hawthorn Valley Farm- New Farmer

PressBox: Organic Connections

"A film of bright, sustainable hope."
Organic Connections Magazine-OnLine

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Around The Globe-

Watch GROW! now in Ireland, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom on iTunes.

Also available at these Video On Demand sites: CinemaNow, Xbox, Playstation, YouTube, Amazon and iTunes in the US!

Order the DeLuxe Edition DVD with 30 minutes of Extras at growmovie.net

Who knew farmers were so hot!

Saturday, September 1, 2012


Thank you Whole Foods and FilmBuff for making GROW! the August feature documentary in the "Do Something Reel" Film Festival.


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