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The Forgotten Coast on PBS - New York!

May 28, 2017, 12:30pm - May 28, 2017, 1:30pm

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - New York!

New York, NY
New York, NY   Map

Hello to our friends in the Big Apple! The Forgotten Coast is coming to a PBS station near YOU! This film follows our 70-day, 1,000-mile journey during the 2015 Florida Wildlife Corridor Glades to Gulf Expedition.

The Florida Wildlife Corridor is a statewide vision to keep Florida wild by integrating Florida’s leading conservation science with compelling storytelling to raise awareness about the Corridor and the need to connect and protect it. Our Expeditions in 2012 and 2015 laid the foundation for this work with a robust media campaign to share the Corridor concept and vision.

TUNE IN:
WLIW World-- 5/28/17--12:30pm

*If you can't tune in during that time, set your DVR to watch it later!*

About the Film:
Following in the footsteps of a wandering Florida black bear, three friends leave civilization and enter a lost American wilderness on a rugged thousand-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike. Traversing Florida's vast and seldom seen "Forgotten Coast," the expedition encounters stunning and rare wildlife including black bears, manatees, alligators, ancient river fish, and endangered woodpeckers - all living within a fragile wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the Florida-Alabama border. This film is the winner of the Suncoast Emmy for Documentary.

View the film trailer here: vimeo.com/139721867

This film was produced by Grizzly Creek Films and presented by WUSF Public Media. Funding for the film was provided by Dimmitt Chevrolet, Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida with the support of Dick and Cornelia Corbett, Community Foundation of Tampa Bay (via the generosity of the Alex Williams Family Fund, John T. Touchton Jr. and Susan L. Touchton Fund, J. Thomas and Lavinia Witt Touchton Fund, Ferman Community Advancement Fund, and the Hunt and Molly James Family Foundation) & The Doyle Family

Learn more about the Florida Wildlife Corridor here: floridawildlifecorridor.org

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Kentucky!

June 11, 2017, 8:00pm - June 11, 2017, 9:00pm

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Kentucky!

Louisville, KY
Louisville, KY  major: 402xx, minor: 400xx, 401xx Map

Hello to our friends in Kentucky! The Forgotten Coast is coming to a PBS station near YOU! This film follows our 70-day, 1,000-mile journey during the 2015 Florida Wildlife Corridor Glades to Gulf Expedition.

The Florida Wildlife Corridor is a statewide vision to keep Florida wild by integrating Florida’s leading conservation science with compelling storytelling to raise awareness about the Corridor and the need to connect and protect it. Our Expeditions in 2012 and 2015 laid the foundation for this work with a robust media campaign to share the Corridor concept and vision.

TUNE IN:

KET2 6/11/17 4am
KET2 6/11/17 8pm

*If you can't tune in during those times, set your DVR to watch it later!*

About the Film:
Following in the footsteps of a wandering Florida black bear, three friends leave civilization and enter a lost American wilderness on a rugged thousand-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike. Traversing Florida's vast and seldom seen "Forgotten Coast," the expedition encounters stunning and rare wildlife including black bears, manatees, alligators, ancient river fish, and endangered woodpeckers - all living within a fragile wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the Florida-Alabama border. This film is the winner of the Suncoast Emmy for Documentary.

View the film trailer here: vimeo.com/139721867

This film was produced by Grizzly Creek Films and presented by WUSF Public Media. Funding for the film was provided by Dimmitt Chevrolet, Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida with the support of Dick and Cornelia Corbett, Community Foundation of Tampa Bay (via the generosity of the Alex Williams Family Fund, John T. Touchton Jr. and Susan L. Touchton Fund, J. Thomas and Lavinia Witt Touchton Fund, Ferman Community Advancement Fund, and the Hunt and Molly James Family Foundation) & The Doyle Family

Learn more about the Florida Wildlife Corridor here: floridawildlifecorridor.org

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Michigan!

June 14, 2017, 10:00pm - June 14, 2017, 11:00pm

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Michigan!

City of Mt. Pleasant, MI
320 W Broadway St
Mount Pleasant, MI  48858 Map

Hello to our friends in Michigan! The Forgotten Coast is coming to a PBS station near YOU! This film follows our 70-day, 1,000-mile journey during the 2015 Florida Wildlife Corridor Glades to Gulf Expedition.

The Florida Wildlife Corridor is a statewide vision to keep Florida wild by integrating Florida’s leading conservation science with compelling storytelling to raise awareness about the Corridor and the need to connect and protect it. Our Expeditions in 2012 and 2015 laid the foundation for this work with a robust media campaign to share the Corridor concept and vision.

TUNE IN:
Mt. Pleasant

WCMU 6/14/17 10pm
WCMU 6/21/17 4am

*If you can't tune in during those times, set your DVR to watch it later!*

About the Film:
Following in the footsteps of a wandering Florida black bear, three friends leave civilization and enter a lost American wilderness on a rugged thousand-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike. Traversing Florida's vast and seldom seen "Forgotten Coast," the expedition encounters stunning and rare wildlife including black bears, manatees, alligators, ancient river fish, and endangered woodpeckers - all living within a fragile wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the Florida-Alabama border. This film is the winner of the Suncoast Emmy for Documentary.

View the film trailer here: vimeo.com/139721867

This film was produced by Grizzly Creek Films and presented by WUSF Public Media. Funding for the film was provided by Dimmitt Chevrolet, Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida with the support of Dick and Cornelia Corbett, Community Foundation of Tampa Bay (via the generosity of the Alex Williams Family Fund, John T. Touchton Jr. and Susan L. Touchton Fund, J. Thomas and Lavinia Witt Touchton Fund, Ferman Community Advancement Fund, and the Hunt and Molly James Family Foundation) & The Doyle Family

Learn more about the Florida Wildlife Corridor here: floridawildlifecorridor.org

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Michigan!

June 14, 2017, 10:00pm - June 14, 2017, 11:00pm

The Forgotten Coast on PBS - Michigan!

City of Mt. Pleasant, MI
320 W Broadway St
Mount Pleasant, MI  48858 Map

Greetings, Michigan friends! The Forgotten Coast is coming to a PBS station near YOU! This film follows our 70-day, 1,000-mile journey during the 2015 Florida Wildlife Corridor Glades to Gulf Expedition.

The Florida Wildlife Corridor is a statewide vision to keep Florida wild by integrating Florida’s leading conservation science with compelling storytelling to raise awareness about the Corridor and the need to connect and protect it. Our Expeditions in 2012 and 2015 laid the foundation for this work with a robust media campaign to share the Corridor concept and vision.

TUNE IN:
Mt. Pleasant
WCMU- 6/14 - 10pm
WCMU- 6/21 - 4am

*If you can't tune in during those times, set your DVR to watch it later!*

About the Film:
Following in the footsteps of a wandering Florida black bear, three friends leave civilization and enter a lost American wilderness on a rugged thousand-mile journey by foot, paddle, and bike. Traversing Florida's vast and seldom seen "Forgotten Coast," the expedition encounters stunning and rare wildlife including black bears, manatees, alligators, ancient river fish, and endangered woodpeckers - all living within a fragile wildlife corridor stretching from the Everglades to the Florida-Alabama border. This film is the winner of the Suncoast Emmy for Documentary.

View the film trailer here: vimeo.com/139721867

This film was produced by Grizzly Creek Films and presented by WUSF Public Media. Funding for the film was provided by Dimmitt Chevrolet, Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida with the support of Dick and Cornelia Corbett, Community Foundation of Tampa Bay (via the generosity of the Alex Williams Family Fund, John T. Touchton Jr. and Susan L. Touchton Fund, J. Thomas and Lavinia Witt Touchton Fund, Ferman Community Advancement Fund, and the Hunt and Molly James Family Foundation) & The Doyle Family

Learn more about the Florida Wildlife Corridor here: floridawildlifecorridor.org