Our Nature for All Stewards group is taking steps to maintain connections with each other and our greater community with a “Quarantine Empower Hour” series of events. First up: a virtual Friday Night Film Party using Zoom!
With our #FridayNightFilmParty, watch “safer at home,” and stay socially connected with your friends at Nature for All Stewards! Every other Friday, we’ll choose a new set of short videos or a full-length film so we can learn and discuss together. Topics might range from outdoor advocacy, representation, Indigenous, Queer, POC, Women, Skills, Wildlife, Nature, Environmental education, Regional and International perspectives, to Huell Howser!
Friday, May 8, 7 pm
Join Zoom Meeting: To be updated on Friday
Grab your popcorn, our fun, interactive #FridayNightFilmParty is back! *** Wear some outdoor gear & bring your favorite camping/hiking Zoom background photo! Join us for this week’s lineup of Diverse Outdoor Films & Discussion on Friday, May 8th at 7 pm:
The Aqueduct Between Us| “The Aqueduct Between Us” is a social justice documentary that aims to serve two communities by exposing the people of Los Angeles, residents and students alike, to the perspective of Owens Valley tribal communities concerning water and tribal sovereignty.
7:00 pm Zoom: Social time!
7:10 pm Zoom: Welcome, instructions, links
7:20 pm : Where does LA get it’s water from?
7:25 pm : Heal the Bay’s #1 single: Know the Flow!…. 2:06
7:30 pm The Aqueduct Between Us Part 1 ….4:13
7:40 pm The Aqueduct Between Us Part 2 ….. 3:24
7:50 pm The Aqueduct Between Us Part 3…. 12:44
8:15 pm The Aqueduct Between Us Part 4…. 10:03
8:30 pm The Aqueduct Between Us Part 5….10:37
8: 45 : Call to Action …. 15 minutes
Learn and discuss: How can you support efforts to divest from taking water from Owens Valley?
Friday, April 24, 7 pm
Grab your popcorn, our fun, interactive #FridayNightFilmParty is back! Wear some outdoor gear & bring your favorite camping/hiking Zoom background photo! Join us for this week’s lineup of Diverse Outdoor Films & Discussion on Friday, April 24 at 7 pm:
A Line Across the Sky | Long considered impossible, coveted by many and attempted by a few, the Fitz Traverse has fueled the imaginations of climbers in Patagonia for decades. (7 min)
Joshua Tree | One of 17 visually stunning shorts in the growing More Than Just Parks Project – founded to share the wonders of our national parks to ensure their continued protection and enjoyment for generations to come. Joshua Tree’s unique landscape was shot entirely in 4K. (5:15 min)
National Public Lands Day 2019 – Angeles National Forest | The National Forest Foundation partnered with REI, the City of Arcadia, First Transit and Nature for All to host more than 80 volunteers at Chantry Flat on the Angeles National Forest. Volunteers made use of a free Transit to Trails shuttle service to this popular area on the Forest. (3:37 min)
Brown People Camping | Learn about Ambreen Tariq, creator of Brown People Camping and her mission to diversify our public lands. Only 22% of visitors to U.S. national parks are people of color. (1:56 min)
Paha Sapa: The Skier’s Journey | Follow Lakota skier Connor Ryan across his homeland in search of backcountry ski potential, and discover the Black Hills ski community of South Dakota, set to the soundtrack of regional musician Supaman. (9:54 min)
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/841901468
Meeting ID: 841 901 468
STEP 1: Zoom mashup! We’ll start in Zoom together with 15 mins of social mingle time, then give a welcome and instructions.
STEP 2: Video links and schedule are provided here at https://tinyurl.com/nfa-stewards. To watch, just click and view the films in your own browser for best picture quality. After each couple videos, hop back into the Zoom meeting so we can all discuss the films face-to-virtual-face!
If you have any requests, recommendations or want to help plan this series, let us know! This is your group – get involved!