Burned: Are Trees the New Coal? film at Billings Farm & Museum

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5302 River Road

Woodstock, VT

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Description

November 17 to November 17, 2018

Vermont filmmakers Alan Dater and Lisa Merton will screen and discuss their feature-length documentary, Burned: Are Trees the New Coal?. The film takes an unwavering look at the latest energy industry solution to climate change – and raises important questions concerning its environmental impact.

Reservations are strongly recommended. Tickets available online: billingsfarm.org/filmfest/ or by telephone: 802-457-5303.

The film series continues on select Saturdays through April 6, 2019.


Dates and Times

11-17-2018 | 03:00 pm - 04:30 pm Save to Calendar


Contact

Venue:
Billings Farm & Museum
Address:
5302 River Road
Woodstock, VT
Directions:
Website:
Phone:
802-457-5303

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