Travel across cultures and landscapes with 9 films about nature based recreation, culture, and how the two impact each other. Glen Canyon Natural History Association and Page High School UNITY Club present the first ever Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Page, Arizona. Visit the Page Middle School on Saturday, November 12th. Doors open at 5:30pm. Support your local student organizations at several booths serving food and beverages, learn more about the Wild & Scenic Film Festival and the environmental initiatives supported by its national sponsors, enter our raffle to win some amazing prize packages from local sponsors. Film program starts at 6:30pm with films suitable for the whole family.
From rock climbing and ultra running to snow boarding and swimming, outdoor recreation is a major part of the tourism industry in America. As nature becomes a trade commodity, it's time to start looking at home ground as not just space we occupy, but a finite global resource. Care for the landscape rests in the hands of visitors and residents alike. Whether we call a place home or a vacation spot, we are more connected to the land than we know.