A Watershed Moment: WMEAC’s 2014 Film Series

In this week’s Watershed Moment, we talk with WMEAC’s Communications Director, Josh Leffingwell. The 2014 WMEAC Film Series begins in December and will run through March.

The focus of the film series is to bring as many people together as possible. It will feature documentaries that cover environmentalism in a number of ways.

The film series kicks off with ‘Trashed’, which goes behind what happens to items that get thrown away. ‘Gasland II’ is about fracking and how oil is being extracted. The film series will wrap up with ‘Vanishing of the Bees’, a film which examines the alarming disappearance of honeybees around the world.

“We’re excited about bringing more people into the environmental movement.” says Leffingwell.

You can go to https://wmeac.org/events1/filmseries/ for all of the locations and times.

“A Watershed Moment” is a weekly radio program focused on environmental news and happenings in West Michigan, plus solutions for living a greener life. Broadcast on WYCE-FM 88.1 on Mondays at 8:30 a.m, and Thursdays and Sundays at 5:30pm, this program is produced by Grand Rapids Community Media Center and West Michigan Environmental Action Council.

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