Back to Eden DVD
A life changing documentary about organic gardening!
Back to Eden Film shares the story of one man’s lifelong journey, walking with God and learning how to get back to the simple, productive organic gardening methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden. The food growing system that has resulted from Paul Gautschi’s incredible experiences has garnered the interest of visitors from around the world. Never, until now, have Paul’s organic gardening methods been documented and shared like this!
Since its release on August 21, 2011 Back to Eden has been viewed online over 50 million times in 228 countries! The film has been endorsed by the National Gardening Association, Organic Consumers Association, and Dr. Mercola. Publications featuring Back to Eden include Mother Earth News, Organic Gardens Today, Organic New Zealand, and Sunset magazine. Back to Eden has broadcast on Amazing Discoveries TV and Capetown TV. Our documentary has participated in the Grow Your Own Food Summit (2014), The Ecology of Food Exhibition (2012), and was an official selection of the Awareness Film Festival (2011) and praised award winner in the Green Unplugged Film Festival (2013).
As a part of our mission to freely give and freely receive, Dana Richardson and Sarah Zentz, the Directors and Producers of Back to Eden Film have agreed to stream the full 85 Minute, Not Rated, Feature film online for FREE 24/7, indefinitely, on http://www.backtoedenfilm.com
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Founder of Back to Eden Gardening
Paul Gautschi has been an organic gardener for over 55 years and is known locally as a master arborist. In 1979 Paul and his family moved to the Northern Peninsula of Washington from California. As a father to 7 children, he has raised food for his family and friends – never to sell. Paul has given lively tours of his orchards and gardens to international groups from 1 to 450 who have also enjoyed the fruits of his labor.