HRDC is proud to present a Danny Miller film. Seeds of Hope tells the story of agriculture and food in Hawai‘i. Through the voices of farmers, teachers, industry experts and community members, it covers traditional Hawaiian agriculture; modern pressures of urban development; the plantation legacy and its withdrawal; and the state's growing food insecurity at a time when healthy, locally produced food is something that more and more people want. Seeds of Hope paints a moving portrait of Hawai‘i's struggle to resolve conflicting demands on its limited agricultural resources. This film is a must-see for anybody interested in farming, food, rural education, cultural practice and policy development.