Now, I mean this in only the nicest possible way. But sometimes I review a documentary so you don’t have to watch the whole darn thing yourself. Unless you want to; which you may in this particular case.

I’m reviewing a documentary called “the need to grow”, which tells us about two pioneers in the sustainability/save the planet field. These two men are Eric Cutter and Mike Smith. Eric Cutter is a micro farmer who uses the latest technology to grow a whole bunch of organic produce on an urban plot. Mike Smith uses science to make electricity from algae and combine that with carbon technology to replenish the soil with microbes and nutrients.  These two guys join forces to make the magic happen.

If you would like to watch the documentary yourself, there are a few ways to get to it. One of them is through the food people. It can be found here.

If you want to look into some resources to find out what you could do in your community, check out the website from the documentary produces. The website is called The need to grow .org.

If you need further convincing that pesticides are bad for you, check out what organophosphate nerve agents can do to you, if you dare, here.