Youth Karate-Ka Association and Harvesting Earth Educational Farm have announced they are going to plant a fruit tree orchard on their land this coming May.
Individuals or groups can adopt one of the 200 trees for $250. Both apple and peach trees will be planted in order to improve community health, benefit the air, soil and water, and restore ecosystems and animal habitats.
Donations and volunteers to help planting are always welcome.
Planting will begin on Sunday, May 20 at 9 a.m. at G-5430 Detroit Street in Beecher, Mich.
Visit www.kingkarate.org for more information!
The Kings of Flint has received two awards in recent months:
March – Received a Best Mini-Doc/Series in Public TV from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters
April – Award of Excellence from the Broadcast Education Association Media Arts Festival
The Kings of Flint has received the Audience Award at the East Lansing Film Festival!
Click here to purchase the film from shop.msu.edu or add to your wish list!
The Kings of Flint has received an Honorable Mention in the Best Short Documentary category for the East Lansing Film Festival. Click here to read more about us and the other films that won.
Our film was screened at the United Film Festival in Chicago on Sept. 9, 2011.
Our film was presented at the Grand Rapids Film Festival at the Western Michigan University Grand Rapids Campus on August 11 this year!
Our film was screen at the Detroit Windsor International Film Festival June 25, 2011 at Wayne State University in Detroit.
On October 16, 2010, an 8-minute version of our film was screened at the Flint Film Festival as a featured selection at the Riverfront Banquet Center in downtown Flint.
Watch the 8-minute cut on our Videos page!