The documentary that Rob and I have been privileged to work on is premiering! We’re very excited and though it isn’t necessarily Gloucester, or even Cape Ann related, all the water flows into the ocean eventually and it is relatively local.
An inspiring story of how one person can do the work of 1000 it shows how one woman helped transform a river and initiated ripples of positive environmental impact throughout the community, state, and national levels.
The project is more than a documentary. It is a vehicle for empowering and inspiring individual and collective action, an educational resource, and a model of effective leadership and advocacy that we can use today. A ten minute movie short version, partially funded by MassHumanities, has been shown to over 600 people ranging from high school and college students to technical "water keepers", to conservation and recreation organizations. Come see the full movie in Groton, MA on June 12th!
Tickets to the movie are free and the celebration party afterward is $25.
RSVP online at: http://www.workof1000.org/screenings/reserve-tickets