Experience a one-of-a-kind series
Working with the land, & serving people.
About the Show
Please Note: The first season of Growing Home has now completed it’s regional airing throughout Maine. Further information of the series will be updated to this website when made available.
Growing Home is a first-of-its-kind television series that tells the stories of United States Veterans who continue to serve their country through the growing of high-quality agricultural products and by the raising of livestock. This 30 minute weekly program highlights intriguing
individuals who like to get their hands dirty, doing what they love – working with the land, and serving people.
In addition, each episode of Growing Home features segments including historical and educational expanded trivia, as well as ‘Viewer Videos’ sent in to the show from Veterans, which highlight the current movement of Veterans involved in farming and agriculture all over the country.
The show is hosted by former US Navy SEAL and NFL player Clint Bruce. A native of Dallas, Tx., Clint is a highly sought after national speaker for multiple groups, corporations and Fortune 500 companies.
The Host of the Growing Home TV Show
A standout football player, Clint Bruce took his talents to the United States Naval Academy and became one of the most decorated Navy athletes in the academy’s history. After serving as captain of the 1996 bowl championship team, he played football professionally with the Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints. Clint was raised a patriot and when he was given the opportunity to become a Navy SEAL, he left the NFL. He completed SEAL training in 1998 with Class 217 and reported to SEAL Team 5 in Coronado. As a SEAL officer, he deployed in various positions of command and leadership with 3 platoons all over the world in direct support of counter-terrorism missions and the global war on terror. Since leaving the Navy, Clint has founded 2 companies: the Trident Response Group and HoldFast. In addition, he founded the Carry the Load foundation, which helps America better honor fallen law enforcement officers, rescue personnel and military during the month of May.