Join Apalachicola Riverkeeper for a documentary premiere and panel discussion of the newly released film, The Apalachicola: Stories from the River.
From oystermen to farmers and beekeepers to elected officials, this short documentary explores factors threatening the Apalachicola River & Bay along with the impacts to the people, culture and economy of the Apalachicola River region.
Friday, November 9, 5:30 pm
Community Room at St. George Island Firehouse,324 E Pine Avenue, St. George Island, FL 32328
The film event is free. Refreshments provided.
**Non-perishable canned goods and hygiene products will be collected on-site for communities impacted by Hurricane Michael.**
Funded by a grant from the Florida Humanities Council. Produced by Digital Media Production students at Florida State University’s School of Communication. The film is a partnership of Apalachicola Riverkeeper, the FSU School of Communication and WFSU Public Media.
This documentary film project evolved from the 2017, Apalachicola River Project, an interdisciplinary effort of Florida State University, Apalachicola Riverkeeper and dedicated volunteers of regional conservation partners–all committed to engaging young adults in environmental learning experiences.