Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Ford Life Sciences Building, Room 113, 2:00pm-10:30pm EDT

Sponsored by The Honors Program at UDM, the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival will feature several films, including "The Water Front" a local story about Highland Park's struggle to keep its public water system, "Bag It" a humorous examination of the effect plastic has on our planet, and "Truck Farm" a musical documentary about an urban farmer who plants a garden in the back of his pickup. The festival is a great way to learn about our environment and connect with the community while watching some great films.

There will be two showings, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and representatives of several environmental organizations from the Detroit metro area will be present to tell film-goers how they can make a difference. For the complete film lineup, see: http://www.facebook.com/WildScenicFilmsUDM.

Admission is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Donations will be accepted for local organizations.

For more information, contact: Brandon Herzog Student Dean of The Honors Program at UDM herzogbm@udmercy.edu or 734-775-7177.

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