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Couple embark on a bike tour/documentary film project exploring Intentional Communities

Posted on September 6, 2009 by
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Scott Merzbach of The Amherst Bulletin has written a piece on a San Francisco couple who are touring communities nation-wide, compiling footage and interviews for a new documentary on sustainable living.

A San Francisco couple’s 12,000-mile bicycle tour around the country has connected them to a simpler life. It is also teaching them how to live a more sustainable lifestyle, a lesson they hope to spread via a feature-length documentary they are producing.

During their “bikepacking” journey, Mandy Creighton and Ryan Mlynarczyk are visiting more than 100 sustainable communities and co-ops, where they will be living and working alongside the residents, while also filming footage for a documentary titled “Within Reach.”

Read the full article here.


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