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Film explores how farming meets ‘rewilding’ 

Les Bontés de la Vallée, owned by François D’Aoust, is an organic fruit and vegetable farm in Havelock. Run by D’Aoust and Mélina Plante, the operation centers on regenerative environmental practices applied to sustainable agriculture. This unique approach has made the farm the subject of an upcoming French-language documentary, Humus,...

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