Wild & Scenic On Tour Comes to Auburn!

February 20, 2015

AuburnJoin SYRCL, PARC and APPAC Saturday, March 7th for a Wild & Scenic On Tour event at the State Theatre in Auburn, CA! It’s going to be a jam-packed day of films, fun, music and activism for all ages.

Kids Films will screen Saturday morning at 10AM. The main session will be split into two halves with a generous intermission. The first half begins runs from 4PM – 5:45PM with a break for concessions, music and outreach by featured organizations. The second half begins at 7:00PM and runs until 8:30PM. There will be a presentation about the subject of the possible Lake Clementine Hydro Electric Power Plant with a Q&A afterward.

Tickets for the morning kid film session are $5 for all

Tickets for the main event are $9 for students, $18 for adults and can be purchased here.

Kids Session Films – 10 am
The Coralax
Teton Hooping Contingency
I Heard
Bounce
Rock Wall Climbing
14C

INTERMISSION & Q&A

The Scared is Scared
The Curious Snail
Squeakiest Roar
My First Fish
Phoebe’s Humpback Whale Adventure
The Joy of Air
Dream

Main Session Films:
Afternoon – 4 pm
The Wilderness Act 50th Anniversary
Sufferfest
American Lawn
The Colorado River
Monarchs & Milkweed
Birdsongs – Yosemite Nature Notes – Q&A
River of Eden
Nobody’s River

INTERMISSION

Evening – 7 pm
A Line in the Sand
Spine of the Continent
Pride of Namibia
The New Environmentalists: Eagle Eyes (South America – Peru)
The Story of Place
Trail Stewards of the Lost Sierra
Dryden – The Small Town that Changed the Fracking Game
Wild & Scenic North Fork American River

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Wild & Scenic & Clem Hydro Project update.

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NEW to On Tour – Preselected Film Programs

February 19, 2015

Considered one of the nation’s premiere environmental and adventure film festivals, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival combines stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling to inform, inspire and ignite solutions to restore the earth.

The annual event each January in Nevada City, CA, kicks-off the nationwide tour to over 150 cities. Each tour event is an opportunity for an organization to bring people together around community based activism.  We offer a diverse menu of films that delve into themes such as energy, climate change, conservation, wildlife, community activism, environmental justice, and adventure.  Each hosting organization has the option to custom build their film program or choose one of our three preselected film programs listed below.

These three film programs will not only take audiences to some of the most remote and beautiful places on the planet, but instill a deep appreciation and a sense of wonder for the natural world that surrounds and supports us.

Program 1; What Will Your Legacy Be? – 105 Minutesmaries-dictionary-01
Inspire your audience to take action and make a difference in the world. From personal journeys to positive global change, these motivating films offer thought-provoking storytelling guaranteed to get people thinking about what their legacy might be.

  • Spaceship Earth Passenger Briefing
    What if every passenger on our planet, Spaceship Earth, had to watch a quick safety video before takeoff? What advice would we get to avoid a crash or other disaster? Fasten your seatbelt and watch! (2014, 2 min)
  • Harnessing the Sun to Keep the Lights on in India
    More than 1 billion people throughout the world lack reliable access to electricity. Many live in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. The costs—in terms of lost economic potential and personal health effects—are staggering. The Center for American Progress and Sierra Club recently traveled to India to see firsthand how solar power is providing clean, affordable electricity in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state—and one of its poorest. This video documentary explores how solar power has the potential to improve livelihoods, health, and the environment while avoiding the need for the costly grid expansion that is a distant reality for many. (2014, 8 min)
  • Marie’s Dictionary
    This short documentary tells the story of Marie Wilcox, the last fluent speaker of the Wukchumni language and the dictionary she created in an effort to keep her language alive. (2014, 10 min)
  • The New Environmentalists: Eagle Eyes (South America – Peru)
    Overcoming a history of traumatic violence, Ruth Buendía united the Asháninka people in a powerful campaign against large-scale dams that would have uprooted indigenous communities that were recovering from Peru’s brutal civil war. (2014, 4 min)
  • Chuitna, More Than Salmon On The Line
    “Chuitna” chronicles the journey of conservation-minded fly fishermen who travel to Alaska’s unspoiled Chuitna Watershed to wade waist-deep into its salmon-rich waters and the fight to defeat the proposed Chuitna Coal Mine. With every cast and every conversation with the frontier Alaskans fighting to protect their homeland, the travelers obtain a deeper understanding of the mine’s devastating impact. (2014, 29 min)
  • Why I Think This World Should End
    Experience this spoken word call to action from Prince Ea. (2014, 5 min)
  • A Line in the Sand
    If you only had 2 minutes to advocate for Wilderness, what would you say? (2014, 2 min)
  • DRAWN
    Merging film and illustration, this film transports you on four journeys, from the Venezuelan Amazon, to the China-Mongolian Border, to the northern reaches of Canada, and closer to home in the Yosemite Valley as Jeremy Collins embarks on an epic voyage to honor a beloved friend. (2014, 41 min)

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Program 2; Wonderfully Wild – 99 Minutes
Fasten your seat-belt and journey from your backyard to wilderness areas at the far reaches of the earth. Expand your audience’s awareness of wildlife and land conservation issues, and find inspiration in the solutions being explored by diverse communities.

  • The World Beyond the World
    Using text adapted from Robert Marshalls “Alaska Wilderness: Exploring the Brooks Range” (1929) and images from Expedition Arguk (2013), “The World Beyond the World” aims to celebrate that most ancient and sublime of human pleasures: moving through a mysterious, beautiful, and unknown landscape. (2014, 3 min)
  • Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night
    ‘Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night’ explores the importance of darkness through the study and preservation of firefly habitats in Japan and the United States. Fireflies are reportedly disappearing, as artificial night lights disrupt their ‘language of light’. ‘Brilliant Darkness Hotaru in the Night’ features artists and scientists on different continents working to understand firefly flash patterns and how to live among wildlife in urban settings. (2014, 12 min)
  • The Coralax
    Inspired by Dr. Suess’s The Lorax, this claymation by four Maui middle school students uses 667 images to show how irresponsible shoreline development can impact our precious reef ecosystem. (2014, 6 min)
  • Pride of Namibia
    Namibia is home to one of the greatest wildlife recovery story ever told. “Pride of Namibia” tells the story of communities committed to protecting wildlife, of a nation that has enshrined conservation into its constitution, and of the future of responsible travel – tourism that directly benefits the people who give wildlife freedom to roam. (2014, 6 min)
  • Delta Dawn
    The Colorado River hasn’t kissed the sea in almost two decades — until the spring of 2014 when an experimental pulse of water was released into this forgotten delta. A team of river runners followed the water to witness this unprecedented restoration effort, and attempted to be the only, and potentially the last to float the Colorado River to the sea by paddle board. With unpredictable adventure as the backdrop, filmmaker Pete McBride tells the story of Western water, a challenged Colorado River and the uplifting potential for environmental restoration via collaboration, all through his repeated experiences chasing a river to the sea. (2014, 17 min)
  • Spaceship
    Earth Passenger Briefing
    What if every passenger on our planet, Spaceship Earth, had to watch a quick safety video before takeoff? What advice would we get to avoid a crash or other disaster? Fasten your seatbelt and watch! (2014, 2 min)
  • Sticky
    A tiny population of remarkable stick insects dodged extinction by hiding under a single windswept bush on a remote sea stack for 80 years. Narrated by one of the scientists who rescued them, Sticky tells a wonderfully positive conservation success story, celebrating the persistence of life, the adventure and passion embedded in science, and the little creatures underfoot. (2013, 20 min)
  • The Ridge
    Danny Macaskill is a very good bike rider. A very, very good bike rider. So he climbed a mountain near his home on the Isle of Skye and did something that will make you scream with joy and horror. (2014, 8 min)
  • Common Ground
    Several ranching and farming communities living against the stunning landscape of the Rocky Mountain Front in Montana are faced with the decision of what is to become of this unprotected public land. As the community battles with the idea of proposing more wilderness areas, heritage and tradition are seemingly defended on both sides. When the people begin to raise their voices, they come to find that what is feared most is change. (2014, 18 min)
  • Why I Think This World Should End
    Experience this spoken word call to action from Prince Ea. (2014, 5 min)

Program 3; Purposeful Adventure – 109 Minutes130223_oakleycanada_lifestyle-135
Mountain bike in Scotland, surf in France, embrace the open seas, summit California’s 14,00 foot peaks, hoop the Tetons, and bounce through Europe & the Middle East as we showcase some of the little things that people can do to contribute to positive changes for the future of our environment.

  • The Ridge
    Danny Macaskill is a very good bike rider. A very, very good bike rider. So he climbed a mountain near his home on the Isle of Skye and did something that will make you scream with joy and horror. (2014, 8 min)
  • Catch It
    Léa Brassy grew-up surfing the warm waters of Southern France. Accustomed to a life on the road, her nomadic lifestyle takes a pause at the Unstad break in the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway. Trading in her bikini for a thick wetsuit, she connects with the surrounding mountains, Arctic surf, and simple living. Whether it’s paddling hard for a wave, or chasing after a passion – Léa reminds us that if the timing is right, we have to Catch It. (2014, 10 min)
    Twenty Eight Feet
    A short documentary about David Welsford, who has given up the luxuries of land in search for happiness and adventure on a 50 year old wooden boat he restored from a scrap heap. (2013, 8 min)
  • Sufferfest
    Sufferfest (sʌfər/fest) An activity whereby all participants ache, agonize, ail, be at a disadvantage, be racked, deteriorate, endure, grieve, languish, and/or writhe.. but by co-misery, yet co-hesiveness, will have experienced a grand time. Often survived through sarcasm. Follow Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright on an ambitious human powered adventure to summit all of California’s 14,000 foot peaks via technical climbing routes, with no ropes! New to the sport of biking, and having underestimated the scope of the challenge, Alex and Cedar soon spiral down a rabbit hole of sunburn, suffering, and a seemingly endless test of their mental and physical endurance. (2014, 17 min)
  • Teton Hooping Contingency
    The town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming possesses a rich mountain culture and it is where 26 year old Ryan Mertaugh developed the art of Extreme Hula Hooping. Follow Ryan’s adventures of hooping his way through the Teton Mountain Range. As he challenges perceptions of social norms, some surprising discoveries are made along the way. (2014, 8 min)
  • Bounce
    I am not a good freestyle player, but I love to give it a try. For two years now, I’ve been lucky enough to visit a few countries with a ball as a faithful companion. (2014, 4 min)
  • Why I Think This World Should End
    Experience this spoken word call to action from Prince Ea. (2014, 5 min)
  • The Little Things
    The Little Things’ features professional snowboarders who have chosen to be outspoken and make positive changes towards a sustainable environment. This film is an initiative taken on by one of snowboarding’s most influential riders, Marie-France Roy, and directed by Darcy Turenne, in hopes of inspiring others towards sustainability through inspirational speakers like award-winning scientist David Suzuki, positive ideas, and leading a healthy lifestyle. The key messaging is not to point fingers at what people are doing wrong, but to showcase some of the little things that people can do to contribute to the future of our environment. (2014, 47 min.)

Contact: Jon Wilson, On Tour Associate Director jon@syrcl.org for more information.

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2015 Festival Merchandise Now Available Online

February 18, 2015

Office StoreWe get it. Your schedule was so jam-packed over festival weekend that you never made it to the store at Headquarters. Worry no more! We have set up shop over on our website and have a selection of 2015 Wild & Scenic Merchandise available! There’s still limited stock of some of the best sellers from this year, including the Official Poster, men’s and women’s T-shirts, Klean Kanteen Bottles and Pint Cups, Bear Patches and Hats. Click here to visit the store.

If you’re local, you can always swing by the SYRCL office during business hours (Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm) to check out the store and availability in person. We are located at 313 Railroad Ave in Nevada City.

          HAPPY SHOPPING!

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Upcoming Wild & Scenic On Tour Events

February 17, 2015

We’re going global! In addition to 8 U.S tour stops over the next two weeks (including one in Auburn, CA), Wild & Scenic will also be traveling to Canada and India!

 

trail-creek-outfittersFebruary 26th – West Chester, PA

Hosting Partner: Trail Creek Outfitters

About Trail Creek Outfitters: The mission of Trail Creek Outfitters is to outfit your free time with the best outdoor brands while giving back to their community.

Click here for more information about Trail Creek Outfitters and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in West Chester.

 

kettle ridgeFebruary 28th & March 5th – Republic, WA

Hosting Partner: Kettle Range Conservation Group

About Kettle Range Conservation Group: Kettle Range Conservation Group’s mission is to defend wilderness, protect biodiversity, and restore ecosystems of the Columbia River Basin.

Click here for more information about Kettle Range Conservation Group and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Republic.

 

OARSMarch 4th – Maynard, MA

Hosting Partner: OARS

About OARS: The mission of OARS is to work to protect, improve, and preserve the Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord Rivers, their tributaries and watersheds for the purposes of public recreation, water supply, and wildlife habitat. To increase public awareness about the value of these three rivers, their tributaries and watersheds as important natural resources.

Click here for more information about OARS and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Maynard.

 

GARNAMarch 5th – Salida, CO

Hosting Partner: Greater Arkansas River Nature Association

About Greater Arkansas River Nature Association: GARNA’s mission is to foster stewardship of the resources of the greater Arkansas River region through education, volunteerism and experiences.

Click here for more information about the Greater Arkansas River Nature Association and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Salida.

 

CPAWS-LogoMarch 5th – Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada

Hosting Partner: CPAWS Yukon

About CPAWS Yukon: CPAWS Yukon works with aboriginal and public governments, local organizations, businesses and citizens to ensure the natural wealth we enjoy today is available for our children tomorrow.

Click here for more information about CPAWS Yukon and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Whitehorse.

 


MLC logo color vector fileMarch 5th – El Segundo, CA

Hosting Partner: Mono Lake Committee

About Greater Mono Lake Committee: The Mono Lake Committee is a non-profit citizens’ group dedicated to protecting and restoring the Mono Basin ecosystem, educating the public about Mono Lake and the impacts on the environment of excessive water use, and promoting cooperative solutions that protect Mono Lake and meet real water needs without transferring environmental problems to other areas.

Click here for more information about Mono Lake Committee and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in El Segundo.

 

vasundhara-simple-600pxMarch 5th – Goa, India

Hosting Partner: Vasundhara Festival of Environmental Arts

About Vasundhara Festival of Environmental Arts: Vasundhara is an environmental arts festival that weaves together environmental education and awareness with music, film, performance, and visual & healing arts to honor our earth (vasundhara).

Click here for more information about the Vasundhara Festival of Environmental Arts and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Goa, India.

 

landtrustMarch 7th – Boise, ID

Hosting Partner: Land Trust of the Treasure Valley

About Land Trust of the Treasure Valley: The mission of Land Trust of the Treasure Valley is to conserve nature close to home in southwestern Idaho.

Click here for more information about Land Trust of the Treasure Valley and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Boise.

 

parc_logo_blue112March 7th – Auburn, CA

Hosting Partner: PARC

About PARC: Protect American River Canyons (PARC) is a Placer County-based grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to building community collaboration for the preservation of the wilderness, recreational, cultural and historical resources of the North and Middle Forks of the American River and its canyons, for all to responsibly care for and enjoy.

Click here for more information about PARC and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Auburn.

 

On Tour StampGoing On Tour

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival was started by the watershed advocacy group, the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), in 2003. Over the past 12 years it has evolved into the largest environmental film festival of its kind in the nation. The annual event each January in Nevada City, CA, kicks-off the nationwide tour to over 150 cities. Each tour stop is an opportunity for an organization to reach out into their community and bring people together around community based activism. We offer a diverse menu of environmental films that delve into themes such as energy, climate change, conservation, wildlife, community activism, environmental justice, and adventure. Each venue custom builds their own film program to include issues they want to spotlight. Plus, we provide PR materials and a comprehensive planning guide. As an environmental group who has experienced amazing success with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, we want to share our success with other organizations to create a network connected by a common goal – to use film to inspire activism!

For more information about Wild & Scenic On Tour, please contact Jon Wilson at 530.265.5961 x 204.

 

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Cheers to new films, new friends, and a new year of inspiration!

February 5, 2015

Josh Miller 2015 WSFF-42We were honored to have such a strong presence of Wild & Scenic On Tour hosts attending our home festival last month. We had 28 tour hosts come to Nevada City/Grass Valley from all over the country, some from as far as Virginia and Alaska!

It was a blast to put faces to names and celebrate with Barefoot Wine & Bubbly and Sierra Nevada Brewing Company beer. We met up to chat about films, share stories about hosting tour events, toast at the gala, and make connections with filmmakers whose films are available for On Tour events. It was a weekend of fantastic connections, inspiration to get engaged in local and global issues, world class films, and loads of fun.

On Tour host Kayti Wingfield of Appalachian Voices shares, “Appalachian Voices is even more honored to be an On Tour partner after having attended the Wild & Scenic home festival. Being in Nevada City gave us the opportunity to speak with folks about our work to end mountaintop removal coal mining, and learn about the important issues facing other communities through powerful and inspiring films. We can’t wait to invite adventure film and outdoor enthusiasts to Knoxville, Tennessee later this year to see for themselves why Wild & Scenic is so special.”

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival held each January in Nevada City, California is a kick-off for Wild & Scenic On Tour which travels to more than 140 communities and continues to grow every year. We think the films are too good, and the messages too powerful to keep them to ourselves. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a call to action. At Wild & Scenic, film-goers are transformed into a congregation of committed activists, dedicated to saving our increasingly threatened planet.

Josh Miller 2015 WSFF-10To all of our On Tour hosts who attended our home festival, thank you for making the effort. It was such a pleasure to meet and reconnect with you. We love working with you and are so glad you participated in the fun we create here in our hometown.

Check out the Tour Calendar to see when the Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour is coming to your town.

To bring Wild & Scenic On Tour to your town, contact Jon@SYRCL.org.

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Coming Soon: 2015 Film Library

February 5, 2015

Film LibraryMark your calendars – 2015 Film Selections will be added to the Wild & Scenic Film Library the last week of February!

In preparation for your upcoming rental, here are some of the rules and regulations of borrowing films from the library so you can be set up and ready when the big day comes:

  • To check out a film, you must be an active SYRCL member. Not sure if you are? Call 530-265-5961 ext 210 to check your membership status. If you know you aren’t a current member or simply need to renew, visit our become a member page and get signed up.
  • WE CANNOT MAIL ANY FILMS. Visit the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL) main office at 313 Railroad Ave., Nevada City. We can only offer this service for local members, thanks for your understanding.
  • Films may only be viewed for private purposes. For other purposes (i.e. public showings) you must contact our Festival Director.
  • Film rentals are free for current SYRCL members
  • Rentals are for ONE WEEK only
  • Rentals are limited to three films at any given time
  • Please take care of the DVDs and do not leave them where they may be damaged

And please note, not all films from this year’s festival will be included in the library.

Happy viewing!

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Don’t Miss These Upcoming On Tour Events!

February 5, 2015

stonewall farmFebruary 7th – Keene, NH

Hosting Partner: Stonewall Farm

About Stonewall Farm: Stonewall Farm’s mission is to connect people to the land and to the role of agriculture in their lives. They are the only working dairy farm and education center in the region open to the public.

Click here for more information about Stonewall Farm and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Keene.

 

missouri river reliefFebruary 8th – Columbia, MO

Hosting Partner: Missouri River Relief

About Missouri River Relief: Missouri River Relief is dedicated to connecting people to the Missouri River through hands-on river clean-ups, educational events and stewardship activities.

Click here for more information about Missouri River Relief and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Columbia.

 

evanston environmentalFebruary 20th – Evanston, IL

Hosting Partner: Evanston Environmental Association

About Evanston Environmental Association: Evanston Environmental Association provides quality environmental education to the community and works with other local green organizations on selected projects to produce environmental benefits for Evanston and its residents.

Click here for more information about Evanston Environmental Association and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Evanstan.

 

cmnhFebruary 21th – Cleveland, OH

Hosting Partner: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

About Cleveland Museum of Natural History: The mission of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is to inspire, through science and education, a passion for nature, the protection of natural diversity, the fostering of health and leadership to a sustainable future.

Click here for more information about Cleveland Museum of Natural History and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Cleveland.

 

On Tour StampGoing On Tour

The Wild & Scenic Film Festival was started by the watershed advocacy group, the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), in 2003. Over the past 12 years it has evolved into the largest environmental film festival of its kind in the nation. The annual event each January in Nevada City, CA, kicks-off the nationwide tour to over 125 cities. Each tour stop is an opportunity for an organization to reach out into their community and bring people together around community based activism. We offer a diverse menu of environmental films that delve into themes such as energy, climate change, conservation, wildlife, community activism, environmental justice, and adventure. Each venue custom builds their own film program to include issues they want to spotlight. Plus, we provide PR materials and a comprehensive planning guide. As an environmental group who has experienced amazing success with the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, we want to share our success with other organizations to create a network connected by a common goal – to use film to inspire activism!

For more information about Wild & Scenic On Tour, please contact Jon Wilson at 530.265.5961 x 204.

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The 2015 Wild & Scenic Award Winners

January 22, 2015

Thanks to all of the filmmakers and artists who contributed their work to inspire all of us at the 2015 Wild & Scenic Film Festival!

Without further ado, here are the 2015 Wild & Scenic Award Winning Films.  And, the Award Winning festival artists from Wild & Scenic’s partnership with Nevada County Arts. . .

 

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Best of Festival

All the Time in the World

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Spirit of Activism

The Starfish Throwers

Valley Uprising

Most Inspiring Adventure Film

Valley Uprising

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Best in Theme

Emptying the Skies

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Best Short

Pride of Namibia

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Jury Award

Drawn

damnation

Jury Award

DamNation

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Student Filmmaker Award

Jason Jaacks and Steve Fisher, Silent River

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John de Graaf Environmental Filmmaking Award

Denis Delestrac, Sand Wars

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People’s Choice Award

Water for Gold

Honorable Mentions
Wrenched
Black Ice
Sand Wars

Best Kids Film
Lady B’s First Winter: Puppy to Avalanche Dog

Kids Film Honorable Mention
Elisha and the Cacao Trees

 

AWARD WINNING FESTIVAL ARTISTS FROM WILD & SCENIC’S PARTNERSHIP WITH NEVADA COUNTY ARTS

2D Art:

First Place: Linda Galusha
Second Place: Christiane Raymond
Honorable Mention: LeeAnn Brook

3D Art:

First Place: Nicole Dreon
Second Place: Joseph Meade

Photography:

First Place: Nicole Dreon
Second Place: Eli Rush
Honorable Mention: Doug Baer

Student Work: 

First Place: Megan Billingham
Second Place: Delphine Griffith

Best of Theme:

First Place: Jan Nottingham
Second Place: Gail Lipson
Honorable Mention: Jeff Litton

Jurors Awards:

First Place: Howard Levine
Second Place: Debra Fike
Honorable Mention: Kerstin Ronsiek

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Weekend in Photos

January 20, 2015

We want to thank all of the filmmakers, special guests, sponsors, volunteers, downtown Nevada City and downtown Grass Valley for an amazing weekend! This was by far our largest and most successful fundraiser for SYRCL to date, with more attendees, films and money raised than ever before!

Here are some highlights from the weekend:

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Don’t Miss These Upcoming Wild & Scenic On Tour Events

January 20, 2015

southbostongrowsJanuary 29th – Boston, MA

Hosting Partner: South Boston Grows

About South Boston Grows: South Boston Grows aims to improve community food access and allows for continued learning opportunities for your, their families and their community.

Click here for more information about South Boston Grows and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Boston.

 

citizens environmetal coalitionJanuary 29th – Houston, TX

Hosting Partner: Citizens’ Environmental Coalition Educational Fund

About Citizens’ Environmental Coalition Educational Fund: Citizens’ Environmental Coalition Educational Fund’s mission is to foster dialogue, education and collaboration on environmental issues in the Houston/Gulf Coast region.

Click here for more information about Citizens’ Environmental Coalition Educational Fund and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Houston.

 

duke-nichJanuary 30th – Durham, NC

Hosting Partner: Duke Nicholas School of the Environment

About Duke Nicholas School of the Environment: The Nicholas School’s mission is to create knowledge and global leaders of consequence for a sustainable future.

Click here for more information about Nicholas School of the Environment and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Durham.

 

evanston environmentalFebruary 6th – Evanston, IL

Hosting Partner: Evanston Environmental Association

About Evanston Environmental Association: Evanston Environmental Association provides quality environmental education to the community and works with other local green organizations on selected projects to produce environmental benefits for Evanston and its residents.

Click here for more information about Evanston Environmental Association and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Evanstan.

 

Alabama_Rivers_Alliance_logoFebruary 7th – Springville, AL

Hosting Partner: Alabama Rivers Alliance

About Alabama Rivers Alliance: Alabama Rivers Alliance works to protect and restore Alabama’s rivers by advocating smart water policy at the grassroots level and teaching citizens how they can protect their water.

Click here for more information about Alabama Rivers Alliance and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Springville.

 

stonewall farmFebruary 7th – Keene, NH

Hosting Partner: Stonewall Farm

About Stonewall Farm: Stonewall Farm’s mission is to connect people to the land and to the role of agriculture in their lives. They are the only working dairy farm and education center in the region open to the public.

Click here for more information about Stonewall Farm and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Keene.

 

missouri river reliefFebruary 8th – Columbia, MO

Hosting Partner: Missouri River Relief

About Missouri River Relief: Missouri River Relief is dedicated to connecting people to the Missouri River through hands-on river clean-ups, educational events and stewardship activities.

Click here for more information about Missouri River Relief and to purchase tickets to Wild & Scenic On Tour in Columbia.

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