YELLOW SPRINGS — The Tecumseh Land Trust and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Yellow Springs are proud to sponsor the first area-screening of “Hometown Habitat-Stories of Bringing Nature Home,” by filmmaker Catherine Zimmerman.
The Ohio native will introduce the film and discuss it at the end of the screening. The film takes viewers around the country, as Zimmerman explores how local communities and individuals are building an army of “habitat heroes” by planting native species on their properties.
The film will be screened at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3 at The Little Art Theatre, 247 Xenia Ave. Admission is $5. Advance ticket purchase is advised and can be purchased at the box office or through the following link: http://6827.formovietickets.com:2235/T.ASP?WCI=BT&Page=PickTickets&SHOWID=350.
Zimmerman, and The Meadow Project, produced the film to help audiences understand how they can “Save Pollinators. Save Water. Save the Earth. Build an army of ‘habitat heroes.’”
The Land Trust and the Fellowship hope the film will build awareness of the importance of pollinator friendly habitat and encourage local action by homeowners, businesses and local groups to encourage diverse native habitat. To find out more about the film, visit https://themeadowproject.com/. Learn more about Tecumseh Land Trust’s work at www.tecumsehlandtrust.org, and the UU Fellowship at www.facebook.com/UUFYS/.
Story courtesy of the Tecumseh Land Trust.