To Make a Farm
Part of a new wave of farmers, five young Canadians go back to the land and become small-scale farmers. None of them have backgrounds in this demanding profession, yet despite daily challenges and setbacks, their optimism remains. Filmmaker Steve Suderman, whose own family farmed, uncovers what it means to grow food with love, passion and responsibility.
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