A recent video I made for the Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram's Garden. A great place on the banks of the river in South West Philadelphia. The wonderful people that run and support this farm are in the video. I feel grateful to have met them all. Please support the Garden & Farm! It is a Philadelphia treasure!

Founded as the Community Farm and Food Resource Center in 2012, the Farm at Bartram’s Garden increases access to fresh, organic, nutritious food to the Southwest and West Philadelphia communities. The Farm aims to build a more just and community-powered food system, helping people to develop self-reliance through food sovereignty and deepening their relationship with the land, their food, and each other. Now entering in its sixth year, the four-acre Farm is powered by 22 paid, local high school interns, produces over 12,000 pounds of food, and works with 45 local families in its community garden. Through the PHS City Harvest Program, the Farm also distributes over 80,000 vegetable transplants to over 130 farms and gardens around Philadelphia, and hosts over 1,500 volunteers annually. During harvest season, it sets up weekly, neighborhood farm stands to sell its produce affordably and locally.

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Mitch’s passion for the missions of the non-profits he works with come through in his elegant video work. He is easy to work with and a wonderful thought partner through and through. His eye and ear for story telling is keen and he is able to perfectly portray our vision as an organization.
— Laris Kreslins, Marketing Manager