The Wild & Scenic Film Festival
March 5 in BV and March 12 in Salida
The Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas and the Greater Arkansas River Nature Association and have led the way in bringing environmental films to the Upper Arkansas Valley. The two organizations are again partnering to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Fest 2016, a world-renowned tour of the latest, cutting-edge environmental films, to Buena Vista on Saturday, March 5 at the Buena Vista Community Center and to Salida on Saturday, March 12 at the Salida Steamplant Theater.
The two events will benefit LTUA and GARNA and include environmental and adventure films with unique films shown each night. Both evenings promise an “incredible selection of films to change your world.”
Considered one of the nation’s premiere environmental and adventure film festivals, this year’s films combine stellar film making, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Films start at 6:30 and will go until 9:30 pm. Drinks, food and popcorn will be available for sale. Ticket prices start at $10 with membership incentive. Kids 18 and under are just $5.
Tickets are available online at (Brown Paper Tickets)
Also available at:
• Buena Vista Chamber of Commerce
• Salida SteamPlant Box Office
• LTUA Office – 128 E. First St, please call first to make sure someone is in the office, 539-7700
Don’t wait to purchase your tickets – last year’s festival SOLD OUT!
Your registration is secured upon receipt of payment. If you prefer not to register online (recommended), you may mail a check, made out to “LTUA” to the address below. Please include a note with the program you are registering for.
PO Box 942
Salida CO 81201
If we are notified of your need to cancel within 24 hours of program date, your program fee will be refunded except for a $3.00 administrative fee. If minimum enrollment has not been met by program date, programs will be cancelled 2 days prior to the date and we will refund the full amount.
Buena Vista film highlight, March 5th: AINA That Which Feeds Us.
The global story of AINA is told from the little Hawaiian island of Kauai, where two of the most extreme versions of agriculture on Earth are represented. On one side, is a traditional ecological system that has allowed Hawaiians to live in abundance for over a thousand years. On the other side, four of the worlds largest agro-chemical companies use the island to spray an estimated ten tons of pesticides every year on genetically modified test crops, poisoning the fragile island environment, local community, and ultimately the consumers of products made from this industrial model. From sherpascinema.com.
The Land Trust and GARNA are grateful to our Tier 2 sponsors for the Wild and Scenic Film Festival!!
Join the Land Trust for a special Wildlife Watching Trip to Yellowstone National Park from March 19 – 24, 2016.
This small group experience is in partnership with Yellowstone Wolf Tracker. Winter is great time to watch large game animals and predators, such as wolves interact. Our experienced wildlife guides will make this an unforgettable experience. THIS TRIP IS FULL