Monday, September 22, 2014

Champagne and Oysters at LI Film Screening Sunday in Westhampton Beach: Shellshocked: Saving Oysters To Save Ourselves

Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves
Written, directed, and produced by Emily Driscoll

Sunday, Sept.

What is the most severely impacted marine environment on Earth?
The Oyster reef. This documentary follows efforts ranging from NYC
to the East End of Long Island that help to prevent the extinction of
wild oysters; an organism which keeps our bays healthy.
1:00pm - Film Screening –
Admission. Q&A with the film’s
author and producer, Emily Driscoll, and Special Guest speaker
Gregg Rivara from Cornell Cooperative of Suffolk County. 
Champagne and Oyster Reception afterwards.
3:00pm – We are delighted to have joined forces with
   Their event continues after the screening at the
Westhampton Country Club.  For ticket information go to:
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