For many positive health, nutrition, and environmental reasons, the business of selling organic food is booming. However, choosing organic can be significantly more expensive than ordering conventional food. One way to go organic and save is to tend your own organic garden. This inspiring program documents a year in the life of a large organic community garden. From spring tilling, planting, board meetings, potlucks, wildlife sightings, and harvesting, to fall closing and community outreach, it follows a hearty group of organic gardeners as together they deal with the challenges and share the rewards of an organic gardening experience. The message is clear, if these determined gardeners in southern Colorado can succeed in going organic, so can other gardening enthusiasts everywhere as well.

HD / 30 minutes

Produced by Nancy Bentley and John Atkinson.
Original music composed and performed by Jim Scott and George Ulrich.

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