Chris Korrow is a farmer, naturalist, photographer, filmmaker, and author. His film Garden Insects won two film festival awards and premiered nationwide on PBS. Frost Flowers has aired on PBS Kentucky for several years. He is the author of The 30-Square-Foot Garden: A Guide for Observing Nature and Awakening to Nature. He lives on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound, where he operates a one-third-acre market garden inside the city limits of Langley and within walking distance of home. Chris explores the intersections between nature, agriculture, community, and spirituality through his media company, Breathe Deep Productions. To find out more about his work, visit www.breathedeepproductions.com.