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Living the Change: A Documentary Film Series

Jordan Osmond
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Hi everyone, at the beginning of next year I'm going on a road trip around New Zealand in a waste vegetable oil-powered van making short films about permaculture, tiny houses, natural building, communities, simple livers, sustainability projects, and anyone with an inspiring story to tell, with the hopes of making change in the world.

I'm running a crowdfunding campaign to fund the trip, so if you like what we're doing please consider contributing at http://igg.me/at/livingthechange

Our aim is to make fifteen short films while on the road, as well as films of the camper conversion for people interested in converting their own vans to run on waste vegetable oil. These short films will be available on YouTube for free and the entire collection along with footage of the journey itself will be edited into a two-hour documentary that will be available early for Indiegogo contributors and sold to the public at a later date.

Below is a list of the people and places we'll be visiting so far:

-Robert and Robyn Guyton's beautiful 20-year-old food forest in Riverton
- Wairarapa Eco Farm, the first and largest Community Supported Agriculture farm in New Zealand.
- Te Manaia Organics, large-scale vegetable growers now part of filmmaker James Cameron's exciting permaculture and food forestry enterprise in New Zealand.
- Helen Dew, founding member of Living Economies, passionate speaker on savings pools and alternative currencies, life-long vegetable gardener, seed-saver and an incredibly active member of her local community – all at the grand age of 78.
- Avonstour Heritage Organic Farm, specialising in heritage animal breeds and sellers of high-quality organic meat.
- Innermost Gardens, an exciting community garden project in Wellington.
- Project Lyttelton, a non-profit organization creating a sustainable community through timebanking, community gardens, festivals, and lots more in the town of Lyttelton.
- Hand Over a Hundy, a great initiative to help people start their own vegetable gardens.
- WindWillow, beautiful baskets made from willow grown on their own property.
- The Vinbrux family, practicing self-sufficiency on their 34-acre property in Oamaru.
- Be The Change NZ, an inspiring father and son who travel by bike around NZ sharing stories of change.

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