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Wyoming in Focus: Film Screening and Talk

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Wyoming wildflowers blooming in front of a mountain range.
Film Screening Wyoming wildflowers blooming in front of a mountain range. © Dean Fikar

Overview

Event Overview

Join The Nature Conservancy for a screening of two short films about nature in Wyoming. The evening will begin with Building Like Beavers, a three-minute film that shows how nature’s architects can inspire stream restoration. Immediately following that showing, the 20-minute film For Everything There Was a Season will begin, which reveals how our changing climate is impacting nature’s seasonal cycles in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

After the films, TNC Wyoming Director of Science Dr. Corinna Riginos and Western Wyoming Stewardship Director John Coffman will share a short update on TNC’s work in these areas and host a Q&A session with the audience.

The program will start at 7 p.m. (Expected duration 1.5 hours)

Come early if you would like to order food in the Coalter Loft!

To RSVP, email Pat Mettenbrink or call 307-332-2977 with any questions.

This event is part of our celebration of the giving season for the Lander Community Foundation’s annual Challenge for Charities. Learn more.

Film poster for For Everything There Was a Season where title text and film laurels overlay a Wyoming landscape.
Film Screening Film poster for “For Everything There Was a Season” © Dean Fikar