JHWF to co-host film event at Library
Please join us on Thursday, September 1st for the FREE Jackson premier of ‘My Wild Land.’
‘My Wild Land’ in Jackson is a one-night film event is comprised of three short films, each of which profile a Wyoming ranch dedicated to preserving both wildlife and their western heritage.
Doors to the event open at 5:30pm and the films start at 6:00pm. This event is free and open to the public and will include a Q&A session, free raffle with items from Sweet Cheeks Meats and New West Knife Works, and a social hour with free food and beverages.
This official Jackson screening at Teton County Library is co-hosted by the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. The films are produced by the Wyoming Migration Initiative with funding from Muley Fanatics organization, as well as Maven Optics.
More about the films
The West is losing it’s wild side. Urban expansion and habitat loss are erasing family ranches and the wildlife that have defined western culture for generations. Ranchers struggle to preserve their way of life and steward what remains of a landscape once teeming with big game. My Wild Land is the story of three Wyoming ranches committed to preserving their western heritage and wildlife for future generations, come hell or high water.