Trail Creek Outfitters’ 16th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival was back to its familiar indoor format on March 30 with wonderful offerings from local restaurants. For the first time, Upland Country Day School provided the setting.
Attendees enjoyed treats and local offerings from Barnard’s Orchard, Bravo Pizza, Doe Run Catering, Harvest Market, Hood’s BBQ, Landhope Farms, Molly’s Nomadic Pies, Northbrook Marketplace, Oso Sweet, Philly Pretzel Factory, Primo Hoagies, and Sovana Bistro.
Filled with delicious treats, attendees settled into their seats for 92 minutes of programming. They were taken to the remote landscape of Baffin Island, the mountains of Colorado, and watersheds around the globe. Attendees saw life through the eyes of salmon, watched an octopus playing on the shores of Australia, and were inspired by the community advocates from the South Yuba River. In addition to some wonderful raffle prizes, guests were treated to landscape plugs courtesy of one of the evening’s Gold Sponsors, GreenWeaver Landscapes.
Proceeds from this event equally benefit Stroud Water Research Center and Brandywine Red Clay Alliance. We are grateful to the numerous sponsors, volunteers, attendees, and in-kind donors who made the evening such a success!
A very special thank you to our local sponsors: Diver Chevrolet, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Fair Play Foundation, GreenWeaver Landscapes, Wild Birds Unlimited of Hockessin, Buffalo Run Ranch, Harvest Market, Laurel Valley Soils, Margot Mohr Teetor, and Weeds, Inc.