In response to COVID-19, we’ve adapted by rescheduling events or transitioning them to an online format. We’ve also begun offering a number of online activities and ways to stay engaged while sheltering in place.
May 28 @ Zoom
We wrap up this year’s Rivers Lab with a discussion of environmental ethics as it relates to ecological restoration. We’ll read two papers in advance that will help us consider our own relationships to the land as scientists, land stewards, and humans. Please join us for a lively discussion.
June 5 @ Live Virtual Event
A selection of Wild & Scenic Film Festival’s past Official Selections will be featured in a Live Virtual Event on the evening of Friday, June 5th. These food-themed films will be broadcast live online in partnership with the BriarPatch Food Co-op.
June 5 @ Facebook Live
Join us each Friday from 10-11AM on Facebook Live for Ask a Scientist: LIVE! Our scientists will be on hand to answer your herpetology, carbon cycling, earth science, climate, conservation and ornithology questions.
Ongoing @ wildandscenicfilmfestival.org
All across the globe humans are feeling the impacts of COVID-19 and isolation. With this in mind, we couldn’t think of a better time to share some past Wild & Scenic Official Selections with you. We plan to put a new film up every few days so be sure to check back in here. We hope you all enjoy these momentary respites from the news of the day and wish you the very best as you navigate these challenging times.
Tuesdays @ YubaRiver.org
The Yuba Watershed Education Collaborative is posting “Outdoor Science Activity Videos for K-5 students” every Tuesday! Stay tuned for more.
Applications due June 12 / Program August 9 – 14* @ wildandscenicfilmfestival.org
Are you a 10th-12th grader in the Yuba Watershed who has a passion for the outdoors and climate action? Want to experience an ALL EXPENSES PAID immersive environmental science and leadership opportunity?
*Dates subject to change based on the most up to date health information.