Along those lines, here's a film recommendation from Page:
A story about a landless farmer,
a non-conformist, and an escaped office worker...
The Farmer and the Horse, "a film that digs into difficult questions about sustainability, self-sufficiency, and why we do the work we do. Flesher's film goes beyond the usual platitudes of smiling organic farmers talking about the good life. Farming is hard work -- especially if you don't use a tractor. The Farmer and the Horse is a film every young farmer should see. So should everyone who cares about land use, the environment, and good food." View Trailer.
Note from Page: This may not be a riveting documentary in regards to narrative, but I think it's an important one if we wish to explore new (old) ways of living that return us to a deeper connection with the earth. Working with animals who live their lives deeply rooted to nature can help us rediscover our roots. In the coming months, I'll be bringing you more features that guide us in this journey. My thanks to the filmmaker, Jared Flesher.