An HD short film, produced by Wild Excellence Films, is about the ancient hemlock trees of Cook Forest which are under attack from the hemlock woolly adelgid, a destructive insect that threatens the park’s old growth forest, a National Natural Landmark. The film covers threats to the forest and effort to combat this invasive insect. The film’s primary purpose, to be shown at the Sawmill Theater, is to educate the widest possible audience about this issue, to inspire action, and to raise money for the treatment of the trees. Cost is $15.
Saturday, September 15 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Cook Forest State Park
113 River Road, Cooksburg, PA 16217-0120