I just learned about the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival coming up in a few weeks and it sounds awesome. The two day festival is an incredible hodge-podge of mini-films that range from five minutes long on plastic bags and growing asparagus, to half-hour presentations from the guys that made “King Corn,” to full, feature-length giants like Food Inc. The topics are wide ranging too, from sustainable seafood, to river conservation, to families living off the grid and growing their own produce. There are local issues and activists in the mix but the line-up is global in scope. Wonder what people in Africa and the Pacific Islands are doing about environmental problems? You’ll find answers in Nevada City this January!