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At the Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy in Wednesday, Sept. 11, learn about blue carbon, which is carbon that is captured and stored by coastal wetlands helping to mitigate climate change.

Film festival comes to Town Hall

The South Yuba River Citizens League’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Tour is back in Quincy. The twelfth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival comes to the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy on Wednesday, Sept. 11. Doors open at 6 p.m.; films run from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The festival is hosted by Plumas Arts.

This one-evening showing of 14 films from the three-day Wild & Scenic Environmental Film Festival in Nevada City is sponsored by many local organizations, including Feather River Land Trust, Feather River Outdoors, Friends of Plumas Wilderness, Plumas National Forest, Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship, Sierra Institute and Quintopia Brewing Company.

Through the big screen, join a group of local climbers as they band together to use their skills in the aftermath of Puerto Rico’s Hurricane Maria, discover a novel way of studying elusive carnivores using snow, explore the meaning of a zero waste lifestyle, and learn about blue carbon is carbon that is captured and stored by coastal wetlands helping to mitigate climate change.

Plumas Arts takes this opportunity to inspire people to act on behalf of the environment and their community. Join us for 14 inspiring films, food, drinks, and a fun prize drawing.

Tickets are $12 at the door, $10 in advance at Quincy Natural Foods, Plumas Arts and online at plumasarts.org Get your tickets now as this event usually sells out.

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