Sign up for the Zoom Q+A with the directors here. Use the form below to sign up to receive instructions on how to view the documentary for free from May 8th to May 22nd.
Wilder Than Wild: Fire, Forests and the Future is a one hour documentary that reveals how fuel build-up and climate change have exposed Western wildlands to large, high intensity wildfires, while greenhouse gases released from these fires contribute to global warming. Filmmaker Kevin White takes us on a journey from the Rim Fire of 2013, to the wine country wildfires of 2017. Along the way, we learn how the proactive use of prescribed fire can reduce reliance on reactive fire suppression, we see a California tribe renew their tradition of cultural fire, and we meet stakeholder groups working with scientists to build consensus on how to restore and manage the lands we love and depend on. View the documentary with us and engage in conversation afterward with the directors of the film.
Book to Action 2021
Our 2021 Book to Action event series kicks off this Spring on Wednesday, April 21st! The theme this year is Sustainability and the chosen book is Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer. Call or text the Library to reserve a free copy to keep! Read the book along with us and participate in our event series to learn more about caring for our community and the planet. All ages are welcome to participate in Book to Action, though please note that all events are geared towards adults and teens.
Checkout the links below to learn more about the events we'll be hosting for Book to Action and to register:
Tuesdays + Fridays in April/May: LIVE! with Locals Instagram Interviews
5/8 DIY Compost Bin