Hope Acre: A Short Documentary

Apr 28, 2023

Enjoy this short documentary about a small, queer, women-owned WWOOF host farm in Sebastopol, California that has found hope and purpose through fostering a sense of community. 

Bonnie and Jai are dedicated to sustainable farming practices and creating a space where people can come together, share their stories, and connect with one another. Through their work, they hope to create a world where everyone feels welcomed and valued, regardless of their background or identity. This documentary was created by Michelle Sahlin Docter.

Learn more about their farm here!

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