Wild & Scenic Film Festival Celebration

Friends of the Verde River is excited to join with the South Yuba River Citizens League to bring the Wild & Scenic Film Festival to Northern Arizona in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act of 1968.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Thursday, October 25th, 3:30pm and 6:30pm AND
Saturday, October 27th, 3:30pm and 6:30pm

Advance Tickets are now on sale: $15 per screening or double feature for $25
www.VerdeRiver.org/Wild-Scenic

WILD & SCENIC IS A CALL TO ACTION.

Arizona’s River Miles

Arizona has approximately 90,373 miles of river, of which 57.3 miles are designated as wild & scenic—less than 1/10th of 1% of the state's river miles. Sections of the Verde River and Fossil Creek are the only two Wild & Scenic designations in the state.

 Box Canyon on the Verde River near the Clarkdale gauge. Photo Credit: Doug Von Gausig, Mayor of Clarkdale

Box Canyon on the Verde River near the Clarkdale gauge. Photo Credit: Doug Von Gausig, Mayor of Clarkdale

Film Festival Details

Friends of the Verde River, in partnership with Prescott Creeks and Citizen’s Water Advocacy Group is presenting two Wild & Scenic Film dates, Thursday, October 25th at the Elks Theatre in Prescott and Saturday, October 27th at the Cliff Castle Hotel in Camp Verde. Each venue will offer two different screenings, 3:30pm and 6:30pm. Each screening will present approximately 75 minutes of short films focusing on water, rivers, and wildlife. Whether depicting the struggle for environmental justice or an educational tale about an endangered species, the films provide exposure of forward-thinking ideas and global awareness.

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About the Wild & Scenic Film Festival:

The South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL, pronounced ‘circle’) started the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in January 2003 to promote community building within the Yuba Watershed as well as a way to explore environmental issues through an exciting and influential medium.

The tour allows SYRCL to share their success with other environmental groups nationwide. By showing the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival to diverse audiences across the country, we collectively want to inspire more individuals to take environmental action.


About Friends of the Verde River:

 Bill Regner, Floating the Verde River. Photo Credit: Doug Von Gausig, Mayor of Clarkdale

Bill Regner, Floating the Verde River. Photo Credit: Doug Von Gausig, Mayor of Clarkdale

Friends of the Verde River, (Friends), is a purpose-driven community benefit organization and 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Friends envisions a healthy, free-flowing Verde River and tributaries that support our unique environment, a vibrant economy, and quality of life for future generations. VerdeRiver.org

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