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Planet Green greenlights new doc-series

Planet Green's president and GM, Laura Michalchyshyn, announced today the channel has greenlit a 10-part series on couple of city dwellers who move to the country to start-up an organic lifestyle brand. Beekman Farm(w/t) follows former Martha Stewart VP Brent Ridge and drag queen turned ad exec and bestselling author Josh Kilmer-Purcell as they revive a farm in upstate New York to make their organic lifestyle products under the brand 'Beekman 1802.' The series is produced by World of Wonder and will debut on Planet Green in late spring 2010.
October 7, 2009

Planet Green’s president and GM, Laura Michalchyshyn, announced today the channel has greenlit a 10-part series on couple of city dwellers who move to the country to start-up an organic lifestyle brand. Beekman Farm(w/t) follows former Martha Stewart VP Brent Ridge and drag queen turned ad exec and bestselling author Josh Kilmer-Purcell as they revive a farm in upstate New York to make their organic lifestyle products under the brand ‘Beekman 1802.’ The series is produced by World of Wonder and will debut on Planet Green in late spring 2010.

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