Todd Darling

documentary filmmaker

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Producer and director of the documentary Occupy the Farm, a story of urban farmers who fight development by growing food

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UC Berkeley had  plans  to transform two acres on the shore of San Francisco Bay from a research farm into a commercial development.  Some 200 people had a different idea.

'Occupy the Farm' and the Fight to Grow Food

UC Berkeley had plans to transform two acres on the shore of San Francisco Bay from a research farm into a commercial development.  Some 200 people had a different idea.

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