Wild Possibilities film
What’s a land trust? Journey across Oregon to hear five inspiring stories that answer that question—in their own ways.
Enjoy the full film (above, 11 min) and our vignette shorts (below, ~1 min each).
The sizzle reel
The documentary film, Wild Possibilities, showcases natural wonders around the state and stories of five local land trusts. By filmmaker Brady Holden, the 11-minute film is sponsored by the Land Trust Alliance and COLT and supported by a generous grant from Meyer Memorial Trust. We hope you enjoy the full film and the accompanying vignette shorts, too!
In the Wild
ANNOUNCEMENT—Wild Possibilities announced as an official selection of the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival in New York.
ANNOUNCEMENT—The Multnomah County Library created a book list inspired by the film Wild Possibilities. Explore Oregon authors and find your new favorite nature read!
ANNOUNCEMENT—Wild Possibilities wins "Best Documentary" award at the 2019 Clatskanie International Film Festival.
ANNOUNCEMENT—Wild Possibilities highlighted in the film showcase at The Wildlife Society and American Fisheries Society National Conference, in Reno NV, Sept 29-Oct 3