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23:To Which We Belong: A Film That Showcases How Regenerative Ag Can Bring Back The Life of Our Soils and Build Communities With Pamela Boll & Lindsay Richardson

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There is a discrepancy of understanding and awareness about our soils which affects our way of living. Our soils undergo many changes that most of the time cannot be controlled, but they can always be influenced.

We are on the brink of a new era, where our actions and inactions have a far greater impact than we could ever imagine.

The future is ours to create. Open your mind and be inspired with a new way forward in bringing life to our soils.


Who is Pamela Boll?

Pamela Tanner Boll is an artist, filmmaker, writer, and activist. She is the Founder and CEO of Mystic Artists Film Productions.  She is the Co-Executive Producer of the Academy Award-winning documentary, Born into Brothels. Pamela has executive produced the following film projects: Living in Emergency: True Stories of Doctors Without BordersIn a DreamConnected: A Declaration of InterdependenceOur Summer in TehranStrange Powers: Stephin Merritt and the Magnetic FieldsClose to the FireShe’s Beautiful When She’s AngryE-TeamTeen PressObit; Navajo Nation; and Storm Lake. 

Pamela directed and produced Who Does She Think She Is? a feature-length documentary film that follows five women who are mothers and artists. Pamela also directed A Small Good Thing, a film that asks the question of how can we live in a better way. She is currently working on a new film project, To Which We Belong, highlighting farmers and ranchers who are improving the health of their land with regenerative practices and helping to reverse climate change.

Pamela grew up in Parkersburg, WV.  She received a BA in English from Middlebury College and a Masters in Interdisciplinary Studies from Lesley University. Pamela raised three sons in Winchester, Massachusetts, and now lives in Boulder, Colorado.


Who is Lindsay Richardson?

Lindsay Richardson received a BA from Brown University and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts. Most recently, she was the co-producer on Ugly Delicious (season 1), an 8-hour food docu-series by Momofuku restaurateur/chef David Chang and Academy Award-winning director Morgan Neville (20 Feet From Stardom) on Netflix. Previously, she was the associate producer on Roger Ross Williams' Sundance award-winning and Oscar-nominated feature documentary, Life Animated. Beyond her extensive work producing documentary films, she has taught courses in documentary film production at Brown University and started an artist residency in Rhode Island. She lives in Jamestown, RI.



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As the host of the Secrets of the Soil podcast, I’ve had the privilege of speaking with some of the most innovative and inspiring experts in regenerative agriculture. Through these conversations, I’ve learned so much about the power of nurturing soil and promoting regeneration.

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