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The 2014 Sustainability Film Series: through May 1!


Sustainability Film Series '14 explores the broad theme of home and shelter through stories of birds, bees, and human beings ranging from Europe to Cambodia to Midway Island, and across the continental U.S.
 
SFS'14 is brought to you by the Bell Museum of Natural History in partnership with the University of Minnesota's
Institute on the Environment/Sustainability Studies Minor and  University of Minnesota Housing & Residential Life.

Film Screenings:


More Than Honey
website  Thursday, May 1, 7 p.m., free with museum admission






Previous features in the 2014 Sustainability Film Series:

YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip

website , screened February 2014


Addicted to Plastic

screened March 2014


A River Changes Course

website screened April 2014


The 2013 Sustainability Film Series featured:

Dirt! The Movie

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IF A TREE FALLS: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front

The City Dark




In addition, the Bell Museum has a proud history of producing films, included Emmy-Award winners Minnesota: History of the Land and Troubled Waters: A Mississippi River Story. Learn more and purchase copies of the films here.