Newsletter #11: How do I distill eight months of farming into 90 minutes?

Editing a documentary: Way less glamourous than farming!

Up next: On the road again (for a few days)

I’m a Human Book — Read me!

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Newsletter #10: I’m done filming (for now)

I’m done filming! (for now)

So … I’ve decided I want to get a cow

Up next: Editing the film on Salt Spring Island

Shit that Goes Down on the Dairy Farm

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Newsletter #9: Crossing Canada to visit Overview Farms

Robert Overmars: the most welcoming dairy farmer in Nova Scotia

Getting paid once a year: Welcome to raising cattle

Driving across Canada — with kittens!

Filming ‘Til the Cows Come Home

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Newsletter #8: How many farms does it take to feed 14,000 people? Just one.

Prairie harvest is a race against winter

What does it take to get a prairie farm started?

How feudal are our farmers?

Combine harvesters and baby’s first farm machine

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Newsletter #7: A leap into the unknown

Heading east into the unknown

Klippers’ second job is running Vancouver’s best new restaurant

Food Security is not a subset of Poverty

Eating peaches, tomatoes, and dirt

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Newsletter #6: The Hands that Feed Us at Klippers Organics

Eight weeks at Amara Farm

Scaling up: First week at Klippers Organic Acres

Footage preview: Timelapses

What I’ve learned from working on the farm

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Newsletter #5: Hello from Amara Farm

First week on the farm

The COVID-19 effect: How are farmers affected?

Capitalism for farming is broken

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Newsletter #4: The Hands that Feed Us starts filming in 9 days

The Hands that Feed Us starts filming in 9 days

I’ll be vlogging from behind the scenes

Farmer profile: Arzeena Hamir (Amara Farm)

How The Hands that Feed Us has changed in the last year and a half

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Newsletter #3: The Lands that Feed Us – Why Farmers Can’t Afford Land

Announcing The Lands that Feed Us: A 20 minute documentary about farmland prices

Preview: The Lands that Feed Us pitch video

Lying with statistics: The difference between telling the truth and selling it

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Newsletter #2: Your local farmer isn’t on salary

  • Your Local Farmer isn’t on Salary
  • Deep Cut Film Festival: The Hands that Feed Us: Amara Farm is screening in Kitchener
  • Seeking a board member with advocacy campaign experience: The Hands that Feed Us is becoming a non-profit
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