About the film
Portland's Jade District is one of the most culturally diverse areas of the city and boasts a large and vibrant immigrant population. It is also boxed in by highways, has some of the most polluted air, the lowest amount of tree cover, and many low income households. In the face of a rapidly changing and growing city, what can a community do to improve its health and prosperity while coping with the threat of gentrification as their neighborhood inevitably comes under the eyes of rapacious developers? Can one tree make a difference?