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Environmental Film Festival: RANCHER, FARMER, FISHERMAN

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Thanks to the Reva and David Logan Foundation for its support of this evening.

RANCHER, FARMER, FISHERMAN

(USA, 2017, 93 min)*DC Premiere*

A Discovery Documentary Film.

Directed by Susan Froemke & John Hoffman. Co-directed by Beth Aala.

From the Montana Rockies to the Kansas wheat fields and the Gulf of Mexico, families who work the land and sea are crossing political divides to find unexpected ways to protect the natural resources vital to their livelihoods. Based on Miriam Horn’s book and narrated by Tom Brokaw, RANCHER, FARMER, FISHERMAN is the next chapter of conservation heroism, deep in America's heartland.

Discussion with the film's Producer and author of the book on which it’s based, Miriam Horn, and Washington Post reporter, Steven Mufson, follows screening.



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