THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM – Review by Diana Saenger

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Many people have plans or ideas about what they would love to do. Seldom do those dreams come true. But that’s not the case with John Chester and his wife Molly as this intriguing documentary unveils.

They picked a spot, 200 acres of land in Ventura County, California to start their farm and named it Apricot Lane Farms. They based their plan on farms from early days and begin to gather about 200 animals that would be part of the farm once it’s completed as they imagine.

Apricot Lane is one of only 66 farms in California to be certified biodynamic by Demeter U.S., representing the oldest agricultural certification program in the world.

I really enjoyed this true story about two people who worked hard for their dream come true. Continue reading…

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Diana Saenger

Diana Saenger, entertainment editor of the East County Gazette, also reviews film and theater for San Diego Suburban newspapers, her Saenger Syndicate sites www.reviewexpress.com and www.classicmovieguide.com and others. A 2008 "Woman of the Year" for CA's 77th District, roving film historian and author of 3 books, she has interviewed more than 400 A-list celebrities and filmmakers.