The film follows Terry Mierau and Monique Scholte, who gave up a life as opera singers in Europe to fulfill their passion for ecological farming — the traditional form of agriculture that was largely abandoned in favour of large scale industrial agriculture —in Canada. Terry, Monique and their three young children live in a house barn in the traditional single street Mennonite Village of Neugberthal, Manitoba, that is recognized as a national historic site. To illustrate the variety of practices and scales of organic and ecological agriculture, the film will present a sampling of organic farmers in Manitoba along with conventional farmers in the process of transitioning to organic.The film will also feature Dr. Martin Entz, Dept. of Plant Science, University of Manitoba, and his team of scientists and researchers, who are dedicated to working with farmers to develop improved methods and technologies that are driving the organic practice forward. Other important voices are consumers and marketers who will discuss the growing preferences for organic food and how this increased demand drives the need for more supply and with it the momentum in organic agriculture.