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Wild Hope Community Screening & Discussion | June 12

Wild Hope Community Screening & Discussion | June 12

The Buffalo Museum of Science and Buffalo Toronto Public Media invite you to join us for a community screening and discussion of Wild Hope on June 12, 2024 from 6pm-7:30pm at the Buffalo Museum of Science.

During the event, we will screen the episode “The Big Oyster” which tells the story of an alliance of architects, restaurateurs, scientists, and high school students deploying one billion oysters to restore New York Harbor and protect the city from climate change.

Following the screening, hear about restoration projects and issues in our local Great Lakes ecosystem from a panel of Research Associates with the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences.

This event is open to all ages. This is a free event, however you must register to attend.

About Wild Hope

WILD HOPE is a new series of short films highlighting the intrepid changemakers who are working to restore and protect our planet. Each half-hour episode inspires audiences with stories of bold interventions, unexpected alliances, and nature’s resilience. Whether tapping oysters to clean New York City waters and prevent flooding, or growing coffee to save Mozambican rainforests, the series reveals how local action can spark powerful change—and provides a refreshing dose of hope in an increasingly cynical world.

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Wild Hope Community Screening & Discussion

Wednesday, June 12


Buffalo Museum of Science

1020 Humboldt Parkway

Buffalo, NY 14211


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