Join The Ossining Documentary & Discussion Series, and Sing Sing Kill Brewery for a special free and virtual documentary screening event and discussion about the Hudson River Valley’s majestic Hudson River and highlighting Hudson Valley farmers using progressive agriculture to plan for climate change

Local non-profits Riverkeeper and Scenic Hudson are featured in two new films from Hudson Valley-based National Geographic filmmaker Jon Bowermaster A LIVING RIVER captures the lasting legacy of once bustling commercial fishery in the Hudson River’sto its present as an ecosystem in recovery, and KEEPING CARBON which highlights Hudson Valley farmers who understand the importance of their land for carbon sequestration for long-term regional climate resiliency.

The screening will kick off with a tasting and toast of Sing Sing Kill Brewery’s FLY SWATTER IPM PALE ALE, facilitated by head brewer @Matt Curtain. Crafted in collaboration with Chimney Bluffs Hoppery and New York Craft Malt, this beer was made to bring attention to the invasive species, the Spotted Lantern Fly, and their potential to devastate our local agriculture. A portion of the procee

ds will be donated in support of research by the New York State Integrated Pest Management Center at Cornell University. To participate in the FLY SWATTER IPM PALE ALE virtual tasting on screening night, be sure to place your order with Sing Sing Kill in advance of the screening. For statewide shipping, place your order by 12pm on Tues 5/26, and for local delivery by 4pm on Fri 5/29 to ensure you have your beer in hand before the event begins. Order here to support business in a fun way!

The two short films will be followed by an audience-based Q&A discussion featuring Paul Gallay, President of Riverkeeper; Ned Sullivan, President of Scenic Hudson, and filmmaker and the evening’s moderator, Jon Bowermaster.

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  1. Janice Rost on July 13, 2020 at 4:14 pm

    I’d like to suggest a film for a future event…
    The Condor and The Eagle – Ground Zero for Climate Justice
    info on fb page
    I would like to support the filmmakers and share it with those who have not seen it or may not know what is happening.

    Below is an Eco Watch link to read more

    • Suzie Ross on July 27, 2020 at 2:34 pm

      HI Janice!
      The reason why no one saw this is because I monitor this and have not been able to comfortably post information when Black Lives Matter has been front and center. While I also monitor the Doc and Discussion Series media channel – others do too. But reccomendation for films should be posted on that website as there are a series of questions we ask that make pursuit of a film easier. So please answer the questions on the website by going to :

      When it comes to enviro films, I usually curate them. ANother e=issue because I am strapped time-wise. But would be happy to give a look-see upon your submission.