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JET PROGRESS TAKES ON WATER

Posted by Daniel S. on Wednesday, June 21, 2023, In : books and movies 

IF you’re thinking nautically, nope. If you’re thinking the two-Telly-award winning short movie, CLEAN WATER, COMMON GROUND, however, you’re spot on — https://www.prlog.org/12970291-jet-progress-announces-the-worldwide-re-release-of-the-film-clean-water-common-ground.html. It is with the greatest of pleasure that I announce the resurrurection, re-mastering and re-issuance of one of a classic film that travelled the entire world in 1999-2000, this time in 16:9 HD, ready for yet another...


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THE THIRD LIFE OF “CLEAN WATER, COMMON GROUND”

Posted by Daniel S. on Wednesday, June 14, 2023, In : books and movies 

MANY readers are aware of my premier debut as co-producer, director and co-star of the upcoming film WINNOWING — https://winnowing.yolasite.com — scheduled for release in late 2023/early 2024. Not so many know about my 1999 Two-Telly-Award-Winning film that I executive produced, CLEAN WATER, COMMON GROUND — https://clean-water-common-ground.yolasite.com.


CWCG, a cinematic short that seems even more relevant today than during its inception, is a documentary about water and the environme...


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CLEAN WATER, COMMON GROUND

Posted by Daniel S. on Thursday, December 8, 2022, In : PTW 

A lot’s been said about the environment over the past couple decades, but when I was invited to work for the University of Hawaii in 1993 to serve as the Northshore Water Quality Agent as part of the University Extension Service, I said doubled down and said my part about the environment by Executive Producing the two-Telly-award-winning movie, CLEAN WATER, COMMON GROUND — https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1548932.


In fact, it was more of a cooperative agreement than entertainment, publicly bin...


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LOVING THOSE PLANTS

Posted by Daniel S. on Monday, April 4, 2022, In : PTW 

WHEN was the last time you picked a tomato, cucumber, carrot or peach right off the plant and thanked the plant for sharing its bounty? During my last trip to Japan, just before COVID set in, I visited the apple orchards of Iida, Nagano Prefecture, and walking a field with the farmer, heard him thank the tree after picking an apple for me to sample. And what an apple it was. Large, ripe, succulent and sweet. When I asked him his secret to success, he said it was because he always thanked the ...


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