Join the Audubon Greenwich Teen Board for a special film screening and discussion about how hunting and conservation are complexly intertwined. As a historic source of vital revenue to support conservation efforts and open lands, hunting can be a complicated and emotional issue. In service of their mission to connect teens of our region with each other and to foster conversation on issues related to environmental conservation, the Teen Board will screen the film, Trophy, which highlights the practice of hunting rare and endangered species in various locations across Sub-Saharan Africa.
After the film, Land Steward, Andy Chapin and a special guest will answer questions regarding how population control programs play an important role in conservation efforts on Audubon Greenwich sanctuaries and across our region.
Pizza, popcorn and soda will be on sale in addition to a bake sale to support the Audubon Greenwich Teen Board.
Ages 13 and up due to the film containing complex themes and depictions of hunting.
$5 for students ages 13-19, $10 suggested donation for ages 20 and over. Admission includes a slice of pizza and a drink. Teen Board members have contacted many local teachers to secure extra credit for students attending -check with your science teacher to see if you'll get credit for joining us!
Please RSVP to Eli at 203-930-1349 or firstname.lastname@example.org.