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One Man, One Cow, One Planet - an uplifting film
One Man, One Cow, One Planet is an uplifting documentary film well worth viewing. Peter Proctor is a 78 year old veteran Biodynamic gardener from New Zealand who some say is the modern-day Ghandi. He has a simple recipe to save the world. In this film, we witness how he has changed thousands of lives in an agricultural revolution sweeping across the Indian sub-continent.
Farmers marginalised by multinational corporations are fighting back (hooray) using ancient Biodynamic techniques, such as applying cow dung fertiliser to crops and planting by the moon. The film was released in 2007, however it's environmental message remains relevant today and the next screening will take place at The Relaxation Centre followed by a talk about the "magic" of Biodynamic Farming by Peter Kearney of City Food Growers.
One Man, One Cow, One Planet is a must see for anyone interested in Biodynamic gardening, organics and solving climate change. Watch this film to see for yourself why it has won so many awards.
Word of Warning: Be prepared to come away inspired to make some chemical free changes to your life.