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Documentary filmmaker spreading the word about peanut butter

AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

Documentary film maker Joseph Barnhart wants to spread the word about peanut butter.

He has spent the past few weekends outside Veracruz Mexican Restaurant, fundraising for his documentary project, ‘Growing Peanut Butter.'

Barnhart, who is from a farming family, but is disabled and can't do many tasks in the field, says the film will teach people where food comes from.

 

He will be at the restaurant off Peach Orchard Road this Saturday at 5P.M.

Barnhart has set a 12 thousand dollar fundraising goal to finish the project.

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