Green Bronx Machine

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Beaconhouse Media LLC

Green Bronx Machine feeds the minds, hearts and stomachs of students in the poorest congressional district in America. Founder, Stephen Ritz, and his community grow urban gardens and harvest organic citizens. Si se puede!

Video Length: 2:50

  • About Brendan Van Meter

    Founder & Filmmaker Beaconhouse Media LLC

    Brendan Van Meter has been the Video Producer & Director for Change Food and Change Food Fest since 2010. A lifelong filmmaker, ...read more.

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