"It is a documentary about you, me, and the current state of our planet - but most importantly it is about solutions - the solution - Grow Food," the filmmakers stated. "It may sound strange, but it turns out the solution to most of our environmental and health problems is right beneath our feet - soil."
"The core of the film revolves around the story of a native Long Islander, Jim, who quit his job to farm on peoples' front lawns and inspire change through growing food." By revitalizing the soils and better monitoring food production, the health of future generations as well as climate change, food availability and chronic disease can all be improved.
"We tie in big picture ideas with practical actions through the guidance of experts and newcomers alike to show that we can all be part of the solution to our global environmental crisis and local health movement," the duo added.