The New Hampshire Rivers Council
thanks you all for a wonderful evening—
a smashing success and a sold-out house.

The New Hampshire Rivers Council is bringing one of the largest environmental film festivals to the Red River Theatres in Concord on Friday, March 28, 2014.

This is the fourth year that the New Hampshire Rivers Council has hosted this sold-out event. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival provides environmentally conscious organizations an opportunity to showcase films as a way to reach into their communities and inspire citizens to effect environmental change. The Festival offers a way for viewers to get energized and empowered to work in the community and get involved in the Council’s initiatives and other projects.

The event will include a reception; exhibits by National Sponsors such as Clif Bars, Patagonia, and Klean Kanteen as well as local business partners (see below), the film screening, and door prizes. The ticket cost for non-members includes a one-year membership to the New Hampshire Rivers Council and all the associated benefits.

The event begins at 5:30 PM with a reception, door prizes, film maker presentation, and more.

Here is a small sample of the inspirational films you will see at this year's Festival

The Strong People (the film makers will be with us on this special evening!)

A Life Well Lived

Fall Run

Hidden Rivers of Southern Appalachia

…and many more


You can be a star at the 2014 New Hampshire Rivers Council Wild & Scenic Film Festival by donating goods or services to promote your business and protect New Hampshire’s rivers by sponsoring this exciting event. 

For further information, click here for the sponsorship form.
Questions? Please email Colleen Hannon or call at 603.228.6472.

Want to volunteer to help? Please click here to sign up. Thank you.

Festival Sponsors

Title Sponsors

Adam Bronstein, Woodworker

anonymous gift from a generous supporter




Support Sponsors



Kelly M. Short


Friendship Supporters

Ken and Jacquie Colburn


Reception Donors

Music provided by Paul Hubert