My name is Natasha and I am the director of a soon to be released documentary titled, Abundant Land: Soil, Seeds, and Sovereignty. The film follows a group of Hawaiian residents as they challenge the biotech industry's use of their island to test genetically engineered seeds and begin practicing permaculture. I am currently building a social impact campaign and I am looking for 5 individuals to watch the film and answer a couple of questions. Take a look at the film's website and trailer here, www.abundantland.com The film is 60 minutes long.
Please email me privately if you are interested. I can be reached at email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from some of you.
I'm very interested in viewing the film & answering any questions. I have a degree in history & am currently covering regenerative agriculture in HI.
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Thank you Natasha for making this inspiring film! And thank you for letting me watch it.
I love it when documentarians don't just focus on the negative... when they offer positive solutions to the challenges we face. This is exactly the tone we need for a successful strategy to promote organics as well as permaculture. Well done!
I've extensively researched the history of the Hawaiian islands. I have a PDC, I've read many permaculture texts, I've watched countless permaculture documentaries & read a myriad of permaculture articles, I've been permaculture gardening & farming for years, I've worked on traditional & modern permaculture kalo farms in Hawai'i... and I still learned new things from your film Abundant Land about permaculture & traditional Hawaiian ahupua'a farming that I did not know before!AMAZING!
Abundant Land should be watched by residents of Hawai'i, organic gardeners, permaculturalists, Korean Natural Farmers, anyone concerned about GMOs & chemical agriculture... and wants to know about the alternatives that can not only produce clean, healthy local food, but do it with vastly more abundance than is being done by Big Ag!