SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - The National Conservation Training Center hosted the 13th annual American Conservation Film Festival Thursday evening.
Wildlife and film enthusiasts had the chance to view sneak previews of two films.
The first film previewed was 'All over the map: I dream of Seney' by Peter Schriemer. This is a family fun film that reconnects families with nature in a travel, television show style. Peter takes viewers through Seney National Wildlife Refuge in the north woods of Michigan.
The second film was by filmmakers Mark Dixon and Rachel Carson called 'The power of one voice: A 50 year perspective on the life of Rachel Carson.
"The conservation film festival is definitely about environmental films, but it is also about conserving cultures and conserving our connection to nature," said Jennifer Lee, Development and Communications Director for ACFF.
The American Conservation Film Festival currently has 48 films this year.