In the process of producing this movie, we’ve come across a number of important website. We hope you find them equally useful:
Aarons Farm: when we filmed the movie, some people bought trees from this company. They’ve got low prices and a good selection of trees.
Advanced Tree Technology: a great source for superior black walnut trees
Advocates for Health in Acton: works to shape policy and environments that ensure affordable access to healthful foods and physical activity.
Arbor Foundation: A website where you can get fruits trees
Bay Club Fitness: a fitness center in Portland, Maine, which has volunteered their facility for use in Orchard Revolution.
Baltimore Orchard Project: An organization growing giving away healthy food in Baltimore, MD
Bananas.org: a website dedicated to helping people learn how to grow bananas
Conservation Law Foundation: An organization actively protecting all parts of New England’s environment, including everything from oceans to river to mountains, from parks to forests, from big cities to small towns, from Maine to Rhode Island
Fedco: A Maine-based supplier of trees
Fruit Tree Planting Foundation: An organization that plants fruit trees around the world
Grow Organic Apples: A holistic orchard network focusing on the sharing sustainable fruit growing techniques that emphasize orchard soil health which in turn makes for healthy trees and thus healthy apples and healthy people.
GrowOrganic.com: a website with a wide selection of fruit trees for sale
Higher Ground Farm: A rooftop garden in Boston
Kitchen Gardener International: A Maine-based non-profit that empowers individuals, families, and communities to achieve greater levels of food self-reliance through the promotion of kitchen gardening, home-cooking, and sustainable local food systems.
Mind Your Own Business: the WLOB radio show which has supported Orchard Revolution
Neighborhood Fruit: Provides a directory of public and private fruit trees throughout the world
Nick’s Garden Center & Farm Market: a plant nursery in Colorado which donated some trees for use in our film
Power of Community: a film about Cuba surviving the oil crisis
SolarCarAndTractor.com: the website of John Howe, who builds solar powered vehicles
The Wind Fallen: Our friends at Moulton Orchard in Standish, Maine, who have been very supportive of the Orchard Revolution
UN Environment Program
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