the irresistible fleet of bicycles


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leviathan: a groundfishing documentary for the senses

Leviathan is a documentary — and yet not a documentary. It’s a near-wordless, almost abstract depiction of an 80-foot groundfishing boat heading out of New Bedford, Mass. The film’s unusual structure and point of view has gotten rave reviews at festivals and from many critics.

Sometimes you don’t know quite what you’re seeing and listening to in Leviathan. You hear metal groaning and rasping, see fish, gloves and tools tossed about on a boat that’s pitching and rolling in a roaring wind. To read more about this documentary review from NPR, click HERE!


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abandoned orchard revival! a cooperative venture

Though this video is set in Germany, the same situations exist across North America. Learning how to care for these old trees is not only a valuable skill that will give these trees a new lease on life, but one that will allow you to harvest the results for many years to come.

Do you know of an old abandoned orchard/individual trees waiting to have their dignity restored? Do you want to find an old abandoned orchard to fix up? Do you want to learn how to restore an old apple tree? Do you know how to restore an old apple tree? Contact this gal.


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ag thriller “runoff” begins screening soon!

A woman is struggling to keep her family in tact as the banks try to foreclose on her property. Someone makes her an illegal proposition that could help her keep the farm. Her husband falls ill to something in the area. Ominous activities are happening all around…

Check out the trailer for “Runoff” and look HERE to see if it’s screening near you!

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