THANK YOU to everyone who participated in our 2021 Virtual Wild & Scenic Film Festival.  We are so grateful for your generous support of Seatuck and look forward to seeing you in Spring 2022 for our 4th Annual Festival! 

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Considered one of the nation’s premier environmental and adventure film festivals, it combines stellar filmmaking, beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling. Attendees enjoy award-winning films about nature, community activism, adventure and conservation, including many that relate to Seatuck’s work on Long Island.

Thank you to our 2021 Ticket Champions: The Branco Family and Ed & Kelly Zebro

Thank You to our 2021 Earth Day Sponsors

Overton Funeral Home Inc.

About the Wild & Scenic Film Festival

Created in 2003 by California’s South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL), the Wild & Scenic Film Festival promotes grassroots environmental activism through art and film. Each year, SYRCL curates the best in environmental documentaries, shorts, and adventure films for their flagship festival in Nevada City, California. 

To share these incredible films with more people, they take the festival “On Tour,” partnering to produce nearly 250 events each year, each creating unique film festivals in their own communities and using the festival to raise funds, reach new contacts, and raise awareness of local issues. Seatuck has been SYRCL’s Long Island partner since 2019.

Related Information

Founders Circle

The Founders Circle Bluestone Project is a unique donor recognition program that provides participants the opportunity to have their name (or the name of a loved one) become a permanent part of Seatuck’s home at the Scully Estate. The program supports Seatuck’s work to conserve Long Island wildlife and the environment. It provides important support to Seatuck’s conservation policy initiatives and education programs.

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South Shore Nature Center

The South Shore Nature Center is a public nature center located in East Islip, New York. The facility is operated by the Seatuck Enviornmental Association through a partnership with the Town of Islip, which owns the property together with Suffolk County and The Nature Conservancy.

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  Long Island’s Premier Earth Day Celebration! Since 2010, thousands of children and families have participated in Seatuck’s Earth Day celebrations, including our popular Eco-Carnival. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing requirements, this year’s events will be held

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