Two films will be screened by The Ocean Conservancy and Sereia Films 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, at Barnacle Historic State Park, 3485 Main Highway, Miami, FL.
Guests are invited to learn about how they can protect our oceans and beautiful South Florida ecosystems. The Ocean Conservancy’s “Everglades to Oceans” series brings viewers on a journey that shows how our waterways are connected. Sereia Films’ Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood series highlights how to be a smarter seafood consumer. The screenings will be followed by a Q&A with J.P. Brooker and Sarah Curry.
“Everglades to Ocean” is a mini documentary series that explores the unique challenges and solutions facing South Florida’s environment. Ocean Conservancy’s Director of Florida Conservation, JP Brooker, interviews local advocates and leaders in search of hope.
Sereia Films will screen two episodes from the docuseries “Eating Out: The Hunt for Sustainable Seafood.” The first episode highlights a family-run clam farm in South Tampa Bay, Two Docks Shellfish. The second highlights the shrimp farm, Sun Shrimp, a sustainable, Florida-based shrimp farm.
Admission is by online registration and donation. While the ticket price is listed as zero dollars, guests can choose the amount they want to give to help support these environmental films and conservation efforts. Metered street parking is recommended.