The Biggest Little Farm is a multi-award winning, popular American documentary film, directed by John Chester and released in 2018.
It tells of the decision made in 2010 by John and his wife, Molly, to leave their old lives in Los Angeles behind and purchase an abandoned, 200-acre farm in Moorpark, California. Rechristening it “Apricot Lane Farms”, the couple spends the next seven years transforming the arid landscape into a fully functional farm and biodiverse habitat for neighboring flora and fauna. They face hardship as the difficulties of keeping a farm running mount up, culminating in frustration and anger, but also happiness at their harmonious relationship with nature.
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