Thank You On Tour Partners!

Dear On Tour partners,
As 2018 approaches, we are filled with a deep sense of gratitude toward all the Wild & Scenic On Tour hosting organizations. In 2017, the On Tour program boasted a record 164 events. Your organizations help us accomplish our primary mission- to increase the groundswell for the environmental movement.  Wild & Scenic films showcase the beauty of our deserts, mountains, forests, watersheds, oceans, and highlight the responsibility we carry to protect them. Together, we create vital platforms for these messages to be broadcast. You unite your communities to be a force for change.  Every one of your events inspires new people and builds community ties. Your audiences become activists who together are a catalyst for major change.  As they make shifts, they inspire others to do the same.  Your work truly reaches to the ends of our Earth. Working with you has made our 2017 exciting and wonderful and our jobs fulfilling. Our connections with you inspire us to be our best. You are on the front lines of the environmental movement and that is needed now more than ever.  Thank you sincerely for all you do!

Your dedicated On Tour team,
-Theresa Huck & Johan Ehde

Thank You to ALL On Tour Partner Organizations:
Alabama Rivers Alliance
Allegheny College SEA
American River Conservancy
Aspen Center for Environmental Studies
Assateague Coastal Trust
Avalon Theatre Foundation
Bayou Land Conservancy
Blue Marble Jubilee
Blue Mountain Land Trust
Blue River Watershed Association
Central Coast State Parks Association
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
Chico State
hopwood Mercantile
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Corvallis Environmental Center
Damariscotta River Association
Dickinson College Outing Club
Eagle River Watershed Project
EarthShare
East Tennessee State University
Environmental Council of Sacramento
Evanston Environmental Association
Friends of Black Rock High Rock
Friends of Butte Creek
Friends of Casco Bay
Friends of Missouri Breaks
Friends of Nevada Wilderness
Friends of Organ Mountains Desert Peaks
Friends of Rappahannock
Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness
Friends of the Kaw
Gallatin Wildlife Association
Greater Arkansas River Nature Association
Glen Canyon Natural History Association
Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project
Grune Liga
Halau Ku Mana
Harpeth Conservancy
Hill Country Alliance
Jumpsuit Records Taos Fam Gathering
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum
Katherine Anne Porter School
Kenai Watershed Forum
Kentucky Conservation Committee
Kentucky Waterways Alliance
Kettle Range Conservation Group
Lake Coeur d’Alene Waterkeeper
Larimer County Conservation Corps
Lost Coast Interpretive Association
Midcoast Conservancy
Middle Colorado Watershed Council
Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy
Missouri River Relief
Mono Lake Committee
MountainTrue
New Hampshire Rivers Council
North Columbia Schoolhouse Cultural Center
Northern Plains Resource Council
Notre Dame High School
OARS
Ohio River Foundation
Oregon Natural Desert Association
Pennsylvania Resources Council
Philips Exeter Academy
Plumas Arts
Plymouth State University
Prairie Rivers Network
Protect American River Canyons
Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center
River Alliance of Wisconsin
Rogue Riverkeeper
ROSA4Rockland Inc.
San Antonio River Authority
San Juan Preservation Trust
Science North
Sierra Club Lake Group
Sierra Nevada Alliance
Skagit Fisheries
Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire
Southwest Montana Arts Council
Spokane Riverkeeper
Takshanuk Watershed Council
Taos Environmental Film Festival
Tehama Conservation Fund
Trail Creek Outfitters
Trees Columbus
Trinity Episcopal
Trout Unlimited
Tuolumne County Resource Conservation District
Tuolumne River Film Festival
UC Merced
University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
Ventana Wilderness Alliance
Ventura Hillsides Conservancy
Vermont Natural Resources Council
Washington Water Trust
Waterkeeper Conference
Wild Virginia
Wildsight Invermere
Wildsight Kimberly/Cranbrook
Willamette Riverkeeper