The Dark Divide and our partners will be hosting a few special events throughout the next month to learn more themes and subjects close to the heart of the film. Expect special musical performances as well!

RSVP links and further details will be posted soon!


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Propping Up Pollinators

Monday October 12th @ 4pm

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From bees to bats and butterflies to beetles, pollinators play a pivotal role in our ecosystem and our world food supply. Yet their numbers are in huge decline. Learn from our panel of experts how to appreciate the fine qualities of these essential creatures and how you can take small steps in helping to recover their habitat. Presented by Sierra Nevada, this discussion will feature panelists from Xerces Society, Adventure Scientists and National Wildlife Federation.



How’d you like to escape to your own private movie theater? Watch The Dark Divide in a luxuriously-appointed resort getaway complete with Washington wines and room service, followed by a virtual afterparty with a concert by one of the artists from the film and an interactive Q&A with the film’s director. Head home the next morning with a copy of the book the film is based on and two limited edition hand-printed shirts from renowned artist Jeremy Collins.


October 23

October 23

October 24, 28, 30 + November 4, 7

Future of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Monday October 26th at 5pm PST

Facebook Live!

What does it mean to sustain the forest for the next generations in the midst of a changing climate? Join us for a virtual panel discussion about the future of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, featuring perspectives from indigenous communities, conservation experts, and local logging and tourism professionals. Presented by Washington State Tourism in partnership with Cascade Forest Conservancy, Mount St. Helens Institute and others to be confirmed.

Hike and Draw with Jeremy Collins


Grab your sketchbook or journal and your imagination, as we embark on a virtual hike through Tree People’s Coldwater Canyon Park to explore the natural artist within. Settle into your “home studio” and get instruction from award-winning artist, storyteller, activist and adventurer, Jeremy Collins as you are transported to the outdoors. Taking inspiration from The Dark Divide Film, Jeremy will share his philosophy of in-nature art creation and offer open discussion for the professional, casual, or recreational artist. Presented by Merrell in partnership with TreePeople.

Post your artwork from the event to instagram and tag #DarkDivideFilm and @Merrell for a chance to win Merrell footwear.