The Earth Keepers
Environmental Collection • 14m
In southern Indiana, a married couple decide to leave academia to move to a farm and start a composting business—employing ex-offenders along the way. Now they’re on a mission to avert a looming waste crisis in Indiana, and beyond.
Supported by: Indiana Humanities, for the INseparable Film Tour, exploring how Hoosiers are grappling with urban-rural divides
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