In this film: “Five young people without farming backgrounds embark on making their farming dreams a reality. Starting from scratch, they meet risks and challenges of this demanding profession with imagination, passion, and sacrifice. Intimate and beautifully photographed, this documentary offers a hopeful look at small-scale food production in an age of industrialized agriculture.”
SaskOutdoors has purchased the educational rights for “To Make a Farm”. This film is available to lend for screenings in educational and community settings. To organize a screening you simply need to choose a venue and promote the event to your members and community. Admission to view the film cannot be charged. Upon booking a date, a package will be mailed to you that includes the film (on DVD), information about the film, information about SaskOutdoors to be presented at the beginning of the screening and reporting information (number of people who attended, any feedback and expenses). Our hope is that we can partner with groups around Saskatchewan to host screening of this film in varied communities.
Complete the lending request form to borrow this film.
Specific Borrowing Instructions:
Package using sturdy cardboard on either side of the case for shipping.
Handle with care.
Do not touch or damage the shiny side of the disk.
Can be viewed by groups where no admission is charged.
View the Terms and Conditions of the Lending Library Agreement.