appleturnover

is creating films about regenerative ways of living.

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the make-more-films patron

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$5
per month
The appleturnover films are available for everyone to see. Becoming a patron makes it possible for us to make more films of our experiments in regenerative ways of living on the smallholding and the island beyond. Thank you! 
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the farm-chores-livestream patron

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$10
per month
Our livestream-farm-chores patrons make it possible for us to make more films of our experiments in regenerative ways of living on the smallholding and the island beyond.

And! They also join us for chore-time on the farm, livestreaming from the goathouse, henhouse, duckhouse, goosehouse or chickhouse. Thanks for coming to visit!
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the farm-and-farmhouse-tours patron

reward item
$20
per month
Our farm-tour patrons come along on monthly farm and farmhouse livestream tours exploring the systems that function resiliently here, get a look at what we're working on now, ask questions and see how things could work in their own lives!

It's like a short and sweet online workshop, live on the farm.

Our patrons also make it possible for us to make films of our experiments in regenerative ways of living on the smallholding and the island beyond.

And they join us for chore-time on the farm, livestreaming from the goathouse, henhouse, duckhouse, goosehouse or chickhouse.

  • livestream chore-time on the farm
  • make-more-appleturnover-films
  • livestream farm and farmhouse tours

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About

appleturnover is home to a pair of little milk goats, a flock of chickens and runner ducks, a trio of geese, a small homeschooling family of artists, writers and filmmakers, as well as a charming farm cat. The micro-farm is part walled kitchen garden, part silvopasture. All 1 ½ acres of this century-old heritage apple orchard are filling up with a forest of food, fibre, fodder, fuel and medicinals, with ponds, a root cellar, a tiny summer house, an art studio, espaliers, grape arbours, composting toilets, hazelnut greywater mulch beds, hidden rainwater catchments, untilled potagers and a creek running through a thicket.

Focusing on traditional skills, regenerative living and creative responses to everyday life in an era of ecological emergency, together we are documenting slow, simple approaches to becoming resilient at home and in our island community on ĆUÁN, Salt Spring Island in the Salish Sea.

Our patrons make it possible for us to make films of our experiments in regenerative ways of living on the smallholding and the island beyond. Join us for chore-time on the farm, livestreaming from the goathouse, henhouse, duckhouse, goosehouse or chickhouse. Come along on farm and farmhouse livestream tours exploring the systems that function resiliently here, get a look at what we're working on now, ask questions and see how things could work in your own life.

For more, visit appleturnover.tv.
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