|Benjamin Drummond / Sara Joy Steele|
News from BDSJS and Facing Climate Change
We’re excited to premiere four new films on climate change in the Pacific Northwest at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival. Over January 11-13 we’ll be speaking at a number of screenings and workshops. In addition, a selection of broadsides from the Natural Histories Project are on view at Festival Headquarters. Scheduled events include:
FRIDAY, JANUARY 11
7 pm - Facing Climate Change: Potato Famers with Sara at the Miners Foundry.
7 pm - Facing Climate Change: Coastal Tribes & Plateau Tribes with Benj at the Vets Hall.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12
2:30 – 3:30pm - On The Edge of Their Seats: Effective Storytelling in a Noisy World with Take One Creative.
3:45 – 4:45pm - Film and Activism: How Activists & Filmmakers are Collaborating to Create Social Change with 350.org.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 13
9 am - Facing Climate Change: Oyster Farmers with Benj and Sara at the Miners Foundry.
12 pm - Natural Histories Project and Trail Walk, begins at Miners Foundry.
The full festival schedule can be found here.