The new documentary Ocean Frontiers III comes to New Jersey in April! Join us on April 6th at Monmouth University and April 22nd on Long Beach Island for this truly unique and hopeful ocean film that explores the intersection of national security, marine commerce and conservation. Savor rare underwater footage of stunning marine life along the coast from Virginia to Maine and hear from a range of people who are leading the way to a sustainable and thriving ocean.
- Liz Semple – Manager, Office of Coastal and Land Use Planning, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection
- Jay Mann – Managing Editor, SandPaper; Nature Writer and Tracker
- Tim Dillingham – Executive Director, American Littoral Society
- Angela Anderson – Sustainability Coordinator, Long Beach Township
- Amy Williams – Coastal Ecosystem Extension Agent, New Jersey Sea Grant/Stevens Institute of Technology (moderator)
When: Sat. April 22 – Doors open at 6:45pm · Film at 7pm · Panel/Q&A at 8pm
Where: Ship Bottom Volunteer Fire Station, 2006 Central Ave, Ship Bottom, NJ
$5 admission – Free for Lighthouse International Film Society members, Students, Teachers, Military and First Responders with ID.
RSVP to save your seat: http://bit.ly/OF3-LBI
Refreshments by A Little Bite of Italy
Hosted by: Lighthouse International Film Society, New Jersey Sea Grant, American Littoral Society, Alliance for a Living Ocean, ReClam the Bay, Surfrider Foundation – Jersey Shore Chapter and South Jersey Chapter, Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissions (ANJEC), The Nature Conservancy – New Jersey Chapter, Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science (MATES), Urban Coast Institute and Green Fire Productions.