Seen any award-winning conservation films lately?

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northeast Region

You're hearing from Anne Post, chief librarian stationed at the National Conservation Training Center.  She is passionate about photography and film, and loves any possible creative opportunity that presents itself. She is really good at bringing order to chaos, i.e., her library hat. You’re hearing from Anne Post, chief librarian stationed at the National Conservation Training Center. She is passionate about photography and film, and loves any possible creative opportunity that presents itself. She is really good at bringing order to chaos, i.e., her library hat.

I love to watch a good film, and when it is nature conservation-related, then I am humming. It’s a great way to better understand a conservation issue and the science behind the narrative.

The American Conservation Film Festival (ACFF), held every fall in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, the location of our National Conservation Training Center, offers a riveting schedule of excellent conservation films that incite a lot of interest around earth stewardship and conservation storytelling.

Film can light a fire under the most indifferent of us by its storytelling power and its use of imagery to inspire action. The idea is this: how do we become part…

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Author: rjbailey

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