PROMOTING ENVIRONMENTAL GOOD at the 2019 Wild & Scenic Film Festival
The Dyrt / JAN 15, 2019
Grateful to For The Wild for their regenerative work. This incredible nonprofit just launched their Kickstarter for the 1 Million Redwoods Project & I hope you'll contribute to their project "planting millions of trees, native plants and fungal companions to mitigate climate change and rapid species loss." In the heart of the climate crisis, For The Wild's heart-filled commitment to tangible change is truly seeding resilience.
For five days this month, the Northern California towns of Grass Valley and Nevada City will be home to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, a collection of 150 short- and long-form films covering activism, adventure, politics and more from an environmental perspective. The festival, organized and produced by the Southern Yuba River Citizens League, runs from January 17-21 and showcases filmmakers across the country who share messages of environmentalism ranging from the dangers of large-scale logging to river pollution and restoration.