Ventura Land Trust announces livestream Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Ventura Land Trust is pleased to present its 9th annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour on Friday, October 16th via an exciting new digital livestream format. This signature fundraising event supports Ventura Land Trust’s mission to permanently protect the land, water, wildlife and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations.

One of the largest environmental film festivals in North America, the Wild & Scenic Film Festival uses film to inspire activism. For Ventura Land Trust, the festival fosters a deeper understanding of the connection we share with the planet and our role as stewards to keep it healthy. The festival raises $50,000 each year for the organization’s efforts to offer protected open spaces for free public access, build new trails, and provide hands-on environmental education to thousands of Ventura County students.

This year, guests will be part of the festival from the safety of home and the comfort of their athleisure. Snacks and meals included with ticket levels create a fun food and drink atmosphere. A single household film festival ticket is $35. Household film festival tickets and food packages range from $50 to $125.

Ventura filmmaker Jason Hernandez will be featured in the film line-up with his film The Lower Ventura River. The film depicts Ventura Land Trust Preserve Director Dan Hulst’s work managing the impact of humans on sensitive habitat in Ventura’s lower Ventura River and coastal estuary.

Visit for tickets, or purchase tickets directly at Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact Development Director Leslie Velez at [email protected] for more information.

The mission of Ventura Land Trust is to permanently protect the land, water, wildlife and scenic beauty of the Ventura region for current and future generations. Founded in 2003, Ventura Land Trust believes that preserving open space and providing public access enhances the economy, quality of life, and public well-being of Ventura and surrounding communities. The organization currently owns and manages land along the Ventura River and in the Ventura hillsides, including the 2,100-acre Harmon Canyon Preserve, opened in June 2020. Harmon Canyon Preserve is Ventura’s first large-scale nature preserve. All preserves are open to the public daily from dawn to dusk for free. Ventura Land Trust received accreditation by the Land Trust Alliance in 2019. Learn more and become a member at

Founded in 1982, the Land Trust Alliance is a national land conservation organization that works to save the places people need and love by strengthening land conservation across America. Connect with them online at

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