Tuesday, October 13th 2020 6:00pm - Tuesday, October 13th 2020 8:00pm
NFS Virtual Movie Night: Public Trust
Native Fish Society will be hosting a virtual movie night featuring one of Patagonia's newest films, Public Trust, on Tuesday October, 13th at 6:00pm. Our community will gather around computers for an evening about our public lands and how they are incorporated into our mission of reviving abundant wild fish, free flowing rivers, and thriving local communities. A Zoom conversation will continue for a brief period following the film on how we can better steward and advocate for the wild.
As an extinction crisis looms and climate change continues to be one of the greatest threats our planet has ever faced, America’s 640 million acres of public lands support biodiversity and carbon sequestration. It’s essential that we fight for their protection by preventing the slashing of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, fighting the potential permanent destruction of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota, and stopping the de facto sale of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—one of the last wild places in America.
Limited entry available via Zoom to the first 100 people who signup. RSVP here or via the button on the left to save your virtual seat!
We look forward to gathering virtually with our community to continue our journey as stewards and keepers of the wild.