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The notion of a landscape as a stage for our lives is an apt, if somewhat simplistic, concept for an extremely complex set of factors that impact our daily lives.  Streets and sidewalks, public and private spaces, the natural and built environment around us is where we work, relax, engage and retreat.  Women in the Dirt is a documentary about seven remarkable California landscape architects who creatively collaborate with clients, the land, the climate, and their imagination to craft an environment that are both beautiful and functional. Inspiring and thoughtful, this is a film sure to make us all look up from our personal garden realm to consider the larger world around us, and the influence of those who shape it.

Released in 2011, Women in the Dirt has received numerous awards and recognition. For information about the director and crew of the film, find out about screening in your area, or purchase a DVD copy go to www.womeninthedirt.com.

Pamela PalmerBlue Oak Woodlands, Sonoma, CA

"When things are simple, you notice detail. When they are quiet, you hear the rustle." - Pamela Palmer

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