A career biologist-turned-fillmmaker thought a lot of people out there are doing great things for the environment, and wanted to capture them on film. Now she is hosting two ‘Feel-Good Environmental Film Series’ in Washington state later this month.
“At a time when there is doom and gloom and the economy is bad, I am trying to present positive message.”
The restoration of Discovery Bay’s tidal channels, once buried and polluted by tons of old lumber mill sawdust and five collapsing mill buildings, is one of the stories being told. It culminated in 11 acres of cleaned-up salt marsh and estuary at the head of the bay.
(Read more in PeninsulaDaily.com)