Tour Testimonials

Don’t just take it from us…

With over 150 On Tour partners around the country, we are all working together to increase the groundswell for environmental activism at a grassroots level. Who better then to tell you about Wild & Scenic On Tour than the groups on the ground making it happen?

Logo_CitizensEnviroCoalition“I can’t tell you how fabulous the WSFF On Tour has been for our organization. We’ve been able to use the festival to highlight local environmental issues and inspire action, [while increasing] our reach, recruiting new members, and raising critical funds for our organization. The outstanding tools and support from SYRCL staff made this event possible even for us, a small nonprofit. The festival has exceeded all of our expectations!”

Citizens’ Environmental Coalition (Houston, TX)

Logo_SpokaneRiverkeeper_PhotoWe loved the festival. It helped us reach 350 people in our community and raise over $4000 dollars that went directly into conservation programs for the Spokane RiverThe Wild and Scenic Film Festival brings us films that remind us we are all in this together. A river that needs help in Mexico becomes accessible and interesting to us when we see its story and the struggle of people protecting it. Through film we can connect it collectively to the work we are doing to protect our river in here in Washington State… that is the beauty of film and environment when they are brought together in a festival format.”

– Spokane Riverkeeper (Spokane, WA)

Logo_MonoLakeCommittee_Photo“SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival give us a fun, educational, and inspiring vehicle for reaching out to our members and for gaining new supporters for Mono Lake… People really respond to the inspiring nature of the festival–SYRCL has it dialed!” 

-Mono Lake Committee (El Segundo & Sierra Madre, CA)

Logo_JupiterLighthouse_16“The success of the first year spilling over into this year was wonderful. All year long we had folks who attended the first year begging us to host it againThe organizations who participated the first year were also standing in line for year two and more organizations were also eager to jump on board…We could clearly see this mushrooming into a much larger event.”

– Loxahatchee River Historical Society, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum (Jupiter, FL)

cascadia_wildlands“What is jaw dropping, mind-bending, artistically creative, and adrenaline and emotion-filled all bottled up in one place? Wild and Scenic Film Festival on Tour. Go see it or host it in your community.”

– Cascadia Wildlands (Eugene, OR)

taos“The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, On Tour, is the life force of environmental activism with creative and inspiring films.”

Taos Environmental Film Festival (Taos, NM)

FTR“The Wild and Scenic Film Fest provides a way for young and old, child and parent, city-dwellers and outdoors folk to connect through films–each with a unique perspective–and generate conversations about the world in which we live, long after the lights have come up.”

– Friends of the Teton River (Driggs, ID)