2024 Event Info Coming Soon
Be prepared to be wowed! Considered one of the nation’s premier nature education and adventure film festivals, the Wild & Scenic films combine stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography, and first rate storytelling that make for an evening of inspiration and fun! Festival goers can expect to see award winning films about nature, adventure, conservation, water, our changing world, wildlife, and agriculture. The films instill a deep appreciation and a sense of wonder for the natural world that surrounds and supports us all.
The Tehama Conservation Fund values the film festival as an avenue to better community understanding of the connection we share with our planet and our role as stewards to keep it healthy now and for the next generations.
Burrows Conservationist of the Year
Supporting wildlife and our way-of-life is something that the late, great Bill Burrows regularly talked about. As a local rancher, outdoorsman, instructor in the Shasta College Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources for 34 years, and longtime Resource Conservation District of Tehama County associate director, Bill was passionate about integrated farming and ranching practices. He believed that all land management decisions should be dedicated to the social, financial, and environmental enhancement of our community. He understood that private and public parties should work together for mutual benefit. We think that Bill would be delighted to know that a local steward would receive an award in his honor, annually.
2023: Dawn Pedersen, CAL FIRE Tehama-Glenn Unit
2022: Jeff Souza, Tehama Environmental Solutions, Inc.
2021: Tyler Christensen, Edward’s Ranch
2020: Ryan Sale, Sale Orchards
2019: Kay Burrows, Burrows Ranch
K-6th Grade Teachers – Are you ready to boost environmental literacy in your classroom? We can help incorporate Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) into your curriculum and conduct hands-on NGSS activities with your students. NGSS are a set of science standards using a three-dimensional learning model that improves science education by identifying scientific and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and core ideas that help students build a comprehensive understanding of science and prepare them for success. Contact Brin for details at 530-727-1295.