Upcoming Tour Events

March 10th – Republic, WA
Hosting Partner: Kettle Range Conservation GroupLogo_KettleRangeConservationGroup_Photo

Kettle Range Conservation Group: The goals of the Kettle Range Conservation Group are to preserve federal and state roadless areas to protect critical habitat for native terrestrial and aquatic species, and to safeguard resources of clean water, outdoor recreation and natural scenic beauty. We work with rural, urban, business, government and community leaders, taking a collaborative approach to natural resource sustainability and preservation.

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March 11th – Louisville, KY
Host Logo Kentucky Waterways
Hosting Partner: Kentucky Waterways Alliance

Kentucky Waterways Alliance: KWF is a dynamic organization dedicated to our rivers, streams and surrounding communities of the Kenai Peninsula and State of Alaska for now and the future.  Working hand-in-hand with other non-profits, government agencies, philanthropic foundations, and corporate entities has strengthened the impact for healthy habitat on the Kenai Peninsula immeasurably.

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March 11th – Chewelah, WA
Hosting Partner: Kettle Range Conservation GroupLogo_KettleRangeConservationGroup_Photo

Kettle Range Conservation Group: The goals of the Kettle Range Conservation Group are to preserve federal and state roadless areas to protect critical habitat for native terrestrial and aquatic species, and to safeguard resources of clean water, outdoor recreation and natural scenic beauty. We work with rural, urban, business, government and community leaders, taking a collaborative approach to natural resource sustainability and preservation.

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March 11th – Cleveland, OH
Hosting Partner: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Cleveland Museum of Natural History: At the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, we believe that discovery starts with you. Explore our exhibits, meet our wild animals, take a hike, join a class—all while creating meaningful memories. We make science relatable by cultivating your curiosity. When you visit the Museum, you’ll have the opportunity to delve deep into the past in our dinosaur hall, discover the outer reaches of the Universe in Shafran Planetarium and experience natural wonders in outdoor galleries.

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March 11th – Sierra Madre, CALogo_MonoLakeCommittee_Photo
Hosting Partner: Mono Lake Committee

Mono Lake Committee: Nestled at the edge of the arid Great Basin and the snowy Sierra Nevada mountains in California, Mono Lake is an ancient saline lake that covers over 70 square miles and supports a unique and productive ecosystem. The lake has no fish; instead it is home to trillions of brine shrimp and alkali flies. Freshwater streams feed Mono Lake, supporting lush riparian forests of cottonwood and willow along their banks. Along the lakeshore, scenic limestone formations known as tufa towers rise from the water’s surface. Millions of migratory birds visit the lake each year.

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March 17th – Buena Vista, CO
Hosting Partner: Greater Arkansas Nature River AssociationLogo_GARNA_Photo

Greater Arkansas Nature River Association: By facilitating many educational and service programs and projects, GARNA connects both adults and youth with the valley’s natural resources to foster sustainable use of public lands and respectful recreation. GARNA serves the community by acting as a bridge between our busy 21st-century lives and the natural wonder of our unique “place”.

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March 18th – Auburn, CA
Hosting Partner: Protect American River CanyonsLogo_PARC_Photo

Protect American River Canyons: PARC is a community-based non-profit organization located in Auburn that is dedicated to building American River community through collaboration and protection of the natural, recreational and historical resources for the North and Middle Forks of the American River Watershed. The Protect American River Canyon (PARC) Board Members extend to you an enthusiastic invitation to explore the American River Canyons for yourself and discover this area rich in biological diversity, Native American and Gold Rush history and exciting recreational adventure for all to responsibly enjoy and care for.

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March 18th – Culpepper, VALogo_FriendsRappahannock_Photo
Hosting Partner: Friends of the Rappahannock

Friends of the Rappahannock: In pursuing our river stewardship mission, FOR seeks to be a “wise carpenter” by utilizing the full complement of river protection tools. Wise carpenters rely upon precision tools with a finer touch whenever possible, reserving the sledgehammer as a last resort. Similarly, FOR seeks to work with other watershed stakeholders through the tools of dialogue, education and consensus-based action, turning to confrontation only when more constructive remedies prove insufficient.

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March 18th – Salida, CO
Hosting Partner: Greater Arkansas Nature River AssociationLogo_GARNA_Photo

Greater Arkansas Nature River Association: By facilitating many educational and service programs and projects, GARNA connects both adults and youth with the valley’s natural resources to foster sustainable use of public lands and respectful recreation. GARNA serves the community by acting as a bridge between our busy 21st-century lives and the natural wonder of our unique “place”.

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March 24th – Dillon, MTLogo Southwest Montana Arts Council Photo
Hosting Partner: Southwest Montana Arts Council

Southwest Montana Arts Council: The Southwest Montana Arts Council is a driving force advocating the visual and performing arts in the greater community where we live. Our goal is to enlarge the place of the arts in the daily lives of citizens and help identify this community as one known for supporting excellence, creativity and diversity in arts programming.  The Southwest Montana Arts Council is a grassroots effort established in 1994 serving Beaverhead and Madison counties in Southwest Montana.

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March 24th – South Lake Tahoe, NV
Hosting Partner: Sierra Nevada AllianceLogo_SierraNevadaAlliance_Photo

Sierra Nevada Alliance: Since 1993, the Sierra Nevada Alliance has been protecting and restoring Sierra lands, water, wildlife, and communities. Our mission is to protect and restore the natural resources of the Sierra Nevada for future generations while promoting sustainable communities. We provide resources and networking opportunities to regional conservation groups, implement the Sierra Nevada AmeriCorps Program, and advocate on behalf of “The Range of Light.”

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Going 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 Amelia at (530) 265-5961 x 204 or via Email.