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Virtual Screening Room


The Blue River flows over 40 miles and is a vital source of connection for the communities and ecosystems along its path. It is important to restore the Blue River so communities can fully experience its natural benefits and develop a deeper appreciation for nature. The Blue River Documentary explores the ways the Blue River needs our help, and the ways restoration and bring communities together.


The Heartland Conservation Alliance and The Nature Conservancy present The Blue River, a documentary focusing on the River's unique and important qualities. Each event runs 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. and features a screening of the documentary followed by a Q&A to discuss how the River relates to a weekly theme. 

The screenings will take place on Zoom. 

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July 27


Panelist: Michael Price

Since settling in Kansas City, Michael has made films for private clients and Kansas City Public Television.  His two recent investigative films Evicted and Water Rates And Rivers, won Mid-America EMMYs in the Public Affairs Special category.  His hour-long film Our Divided City won the national 2017 NETA award in the Documentary category.

In addition to filmmaking, Michael teaches journalism full time at Johnson County Community College in Kansas.

He studied law at Regent’s Park College, Oxford University and then radio for a Master's Degree at Goldsmiths, University of London.

He lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with his wife, Sara. 

For more information on his production company English Landing Films 

August 31


September 28

Climate Change 

October 26

Art and Nature 

November 23

Nature's Value 

December 28

Health and Healing 

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