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ChrisLectures & Workshops with “Garden Insects” filmmaker Chris Korrow

Chris is available to travel to your school, library, conference or gathering. Events can be tailored for children or adults. Focus can include: Practical aspects of dealing with insects in the farm and garden; the spiritual aspects of nature observation and gardening; the technical aspects of nature photography and filmmaking. 

Chris uses his expertise as a nature photographer and filmmaker, his many years as a farmer and gardener, and his keen sense of nature observation, contemplation and meditation to articulate and illustrate peaceful, positive development in the human condition, society and the environment through practical examples found in nature.

Contact Chris at 270-406-9116 or email

Presentations include:
 • Show “Garden Insects” (there is 26-minute version of the film) with Q & A with the filmmaker. 
• Approximate hour-long lecture with the 26 minute film.
• Day long classes and gardening workshops.

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About Chris Korrow:

Chris Korrow is a naturalist, farmer, photographer, filmmaker and author. Korrows documentary Garden Insects premiered nationwide on PBS and was seen by an estimated 2.5 million viewers. Winner of two film festival awards, Garden Insects was filmed in Korrow’s backyard garden. Korrow has conducted environmental-based professional development for school teachers, and is frequently invited to give lectures and presentations at conferences, environmental meetings, public libraries and to spiritual organizations.

For over 20 years Korrow and his family lived on a rural Kentucky farm in a solar powered home and ran an organic vegetable business. They lived a sustainable lifestyle, growing most of their own food, with no phone, no electricity and no hot running water. They are now based on Whidbey Island, Washington, living right in town, within walking distance of the community garden and the sea. Together they have launched Breathe Deep Productions, a media company centering on projects that explore the intersections between nature, agriculture, and spirituality.

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