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Two Things: Save the Dates for VNRC’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival and Connect With us on Social Media! 

Two Things: Asking you to save the dates for our upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival and inviting you to connect with VNRC on social media!

Stay informed, stay connected – two things.

Save the Dates! VNRC Presents: Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Burlington and Woodstock This April

VNRC is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting screenings of our 2024 Wild & Scenic Film Festival at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre in Woodstock, VT, on the evening of April 4, 2024, and at Main Street Landing in Burlington, VT, on the evening of April 18, 2024. This will be VNRC’s 15th time hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival here in Vermont. The Festival inspires environmental activism and a love for nature through film, sharing an urgent call to action and education around what we can do to save our threatened planet. Stay tuned for further updates, including details on the films we’ll be screening and much more! 

Want to Stay More Connected with VNRC? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for Timely Updates

If you love staying engaged with VNRC’s work via our weekly emails, Climate Dispatch videos, or action alerts, then we know you’ll love connecting with us on social media as well! On Instagram and Facebook, we share regularly about all of our efforts to protect forests and wildlife, fight for clean water, advance climate action and clean energy, and build sustainable communities. Social media is a great way to communicate directly with our members, as it allows us to hear from you all via messages and comments with questions, concerns, and feedback on our work. You can find us on Instagram @vt_naturalresources, or on Facebook as Vermont Natural Resources Council. We’d love if you would give us a follow, and then send us a message or leave a comment to let us know! 

P.S. As we continue our work in the State House to Make Big Oil Pay their share of the costs for ensuring Vermont’s infrastructure is better able to withstand the impacts of climate change, check out this article from the NYTimes on Big Oil profits in 2023