New York Blog Post
The New York blog post is online:
Also, the second Kickstarter campaign is ending tomorrow night at midnight (Pacific Time). All we need is a few big donors to step up and we can still make it. Send out emails and Facebook messages to all your environmentally conscious contacts telling them about the project and all the good press we've gotten lately, and about the impending deadline!
Thanks again for everything!
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May 30, 2011 - Jul 16, 2011
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Your thumb will instantly turn a slightly greener hue.
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Digital download of the finished film and a thank you in the credits of the film and on the website.
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A DVD of the film, a thank you in the credits, and a packet of vegetable seeds - start farming! Many thanks to High Mowing Organic Seeds and Ferry-Morse Seed Company for their generous gifts!
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DVD, seeds, and your choice of a signed copy of either Heather Flores' book "Food Not Lawns" OR Darrin Nordahl's "Public Produce".
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DVD, seeds, a signed copy of one of the books and a personalized souvenir chosen by director Karney Hatch on his travels.
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Associate Producer credit on the film, all of the $250 awards, plus tickets to the premier of the film. City: to be determined (but likely on the US West Coast). Projected date: summer or fall of 2012.
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Executive Producer credit on the film, all of the $500 awards, plus a team of gardeners will come and install 50 square feet of raised bed gardens at your home. Smoke that Hollywood producer cigar, and then remember to compost the ashes! Thanks to Farmscape Gardens in Los Angeles, who will be doing the garden installations in Southern California. If you're thinking of supporting the film at this level, get in touch about the details of the garden installation.
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All of the above, plus a team of gardeners will come to your house and install 50 square feet of raised-bed gardens AND they will come back weekly for three months to take care of the garden, pull weeds, and collect the harvest for you. Thanks to Farmscape Gardens in Los Angeles, who will be doing the garden installations and maintenance in Southern California. If you're thinking of supporting the film at this level, get in touch about the details of the garden installation.