Cutting-edge food production meets social good in an ambitious experiment to provide year-round produce to a mountain town, while providing meaningful employment for community members with disabilities.
Hearts of Glass follows the tumultuous first 15 months of operation of Vertical Harvest (VH), a state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse that provides meaningful employment for people with disabilities.
The film weaves the story of VH’s launch with the personal journeys of employees with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Plants and people grow together in this intimate portrait of innovation, inclusion and community.
Information on the ReelAbilities screening schedule can be found at:HeartsOfGlassReelAbilitiesNY
There are four screenings between 4/3-4/8 that are open to the public. Several screenings are free, but some require an RSVP. Tickets for the screening at the main venue (JCC) on 4/6 in Manhattan are $15/each.
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2-Min Trailer: Hearts of Glass – A Vertical Farm Takes Root in Wyoming from Jennifer Tennican on Vimeo.
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