FREE film night at the Village Hall

Friday 10th June, 7pm

Three years in the making, Riverwoods is a feature-length documentary that shines a light on the perilous state of Scotland’s salmon and tells the compelling story of an inextricable relationship between fish and forest.

The filmmakers brought together a group of expert scientists, writers and filmmakers to tell a story of loss and lament, but also one of hope. Throughout Scotland, the fractured connections between salmon and the landscapes through which their rivers flow, are gradually being repaired through the foresight and positive actions of many different people.

Riverwoods is a rallying call for restoring more of Scotland’s river catchments and all the life they support.

The salmon need the forest. The forest needs the salmon. And Scotland needs them both.

The film starts at 7pm and runs for an hour. Socialising afterwards is encouraged! Tea, coffee and juice provided.

You can find out more here (external link will open in a new browser tab or window)

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