Welcome to Jeff Golden’s journal from the summer of 1970. Jeff, a 20-year-old student at Harvard, spent a summer at the NCI (New Communities, Incorporated) in Southwest Georgia, rebuilding a house, picking peanuts, and finally attempting to get the watermelon crop picked and marketed. This account is an unfiltered glimpse into Jeff’s experience of expanding his education beyond the Ivy League, and ultimately results in his decision to leave Harvard.
Documentary: Same River Twice (2003)
In 1978, filmmaker Robb Moss joined 16 friends for a month-long rafting trip down the Colorado River. The excursion was captured in a short film, Riverdogs, a visual celebration of naked, exuberant youth set against the spectacular vistas of the Grand Canyon. A quarter-century later, Moss tracks down five of his old comrades for a witty and insightful now-and-then portrait to see how they have fared after coping with children, careers, responsibilities, aging and changing attitudes.
For six years, Jeff produced and hosted Immense Possibilities, the weekly public television and Internet series that's igniting realistic hope. We showcase people and projects that will inspire you.
Novel: Forest Blood
Jeff’s fictional account of the Southern Oregon Timber Wars, Forest Blood.
Unafraid: A Novel of the Possible
Jeff’s fictional vision of what politics can be—UNAFRAID: A Novel of the Possible: