Protected A Wild & Scenic River Portrait, tonight 2018-05-31

7PM tonight at Mathis Auditorium in Valdosta, come see that Oregon has the most official Wild & Scenic Rivers, but we’ve got some just as good here in south Georgia and north Florida.

Follow river paddler, author, and conservationist, Tim Palmer, through the enchanting waters of Oregon’s Wild Rivers Coast, which has the highest concentration of National Wild & Scenic Rivers in the US. With just a canoe, a camera, and an old van, Tim finds his bliss and his calling on these rivers, and has found a way to share their beauty… while reminding us all about the significance of national Wild & Scenic Rivers program that protects beautiful rivers all across the country. Produced in Partnership with the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.

Photographing, Stills

This film seems to be showing the most places: PROTECTED: A Wild & Scenic River Portrait, by Jeremy Monroe, David Herasimtschuk, Freshwaters Illustrated. You can see it tonight with a dozen others.

Here’s a trailer for this short film:

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Tickets: Eventbrite

When: WSFF WWALS Logo, Graphics Thu, May 31, 2018
7:00 PM — 10:00 PM EDT

Where: Mathis Auditorium
2300 North Ashley Street, Valdosta, GA 31602

Event: facebook, meetup
But don’t forget to buy your tickets.

Paddling, Stills
Paddling, Stills

Gorge, Stills
Gorge, Stills

What: Celebrating fifty years of Wild and Scenic River designations by Congress, this film festival showcases frontline issues and activism with stunning cinematography. Now, more than ever, it is imperative that individuals propel the groundswell of the environmental movement. Collectively, we CAN make a difference!

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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