Friday, September 16th at 7pm marks the film screening of “Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for Our Time” in recognition of Leopold’s work in conservation. The screening will entail a film viewing, post-film discussion and reception, and will take place at The Bell Museum of Natural History.  Its also cheaper than going to the movie theater. $8 general admission and $5 Bell members and UMN students. Visit the website for more details. 

Then in October be sure not to miss the movie event “A Chemical Reaction”, hosted by Clean Water Action. The film tells a true story about a Canadian town standing up to pesticide companies. The film will play at the St. Anthony Main Theater on October 20 at 7pm. Admission is $7. For more details, click here.

If other environmental film showings are known, please share these in the comments field.

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