It is rare, in these times we live in, to find things of beauty shared freely. But here we are — one of my favourite documentaries ever is freely available to watch, in its entirety, from TVO.
To Make a Farm: “An intimate portrait of five young Canadians who decide to become farmers.”
If you enjoy it, you can donate to TVO, and help keep endeavours like it alive. I bought the DVD ages ago, because I’m old like that. (And I still have the DVD, because I am curmudgeonly like that.) But equally you can take it as the gift it is, and pay it forward with your own life. Creating more space for thoughts of food and its where, what, how and who. How we got into the pickle we’re in, and how we might work together to get out of it.