Part live performance, part nature documentary, "Transplanted Trees", a film by David Kelly Crow, assisted by cameraman Raja Kayithi, takes viewers to the stunning Scott and Hella McVay Poetry Trail. Inspired and designed by Scott and Hella McVay in partnership with D&R Greenway Land Trust, the trail is a 1.5 mile maze of paths that wind among the grassland of the 55-acre Greenway Meadows Park off Rosedale Road in Princeton. Filmed live on April 15 of this year, "Transplanted Trees" follows native American poet, storyteller, and author Joseph Bruchac as he leads a large group of Princeton area residents, poetry aficionados, and nature lovers along the trail, stopping at 23 of the 48 poetry "markers," which feature poetry from around the globe and across time. Each of the poems was chosen for how it speaks to and about nature. Bruchac stops with the group at the markers and takes turns with several other area poets and writers, including Jim Haba, Penny Harter and Nupur Lahiri, to read the poem aloud, accompanied only by the sound of the breeze, the birds in the trees, and a Native American flute played by Bruchac's son, Jesse. The film may transport you to a place of simple beauty, a little peace, and perhaps inspiration.