Overview: The Oak Spring Garden Foundation cordially invites you to an exclusive screening of four short films from the upcoming 2024 American Conservation Film Festival:
- Beatiful Poison
- Home, Grown
- The Code: The Reservoir
Each of the flims presents a story of ordinary people who are working on inspiring conservation solutions! The screening will be held in the Granary, and light refreshments will be provided.
About Oak Spring Garden Foundation: The Oak Spring Garden Foundation (OSGF) is a philanthropic foundation based at the former primary estate of the late Paul and Rachel Mellon, who were major philanthropists in the U.S. of the arts, humanities, and sciences in the second half of the twentieth century. OSGF is located in the northern Virginia Piedmont and Blue Ridge Mountains region (ca. one-hour drive from Washington, D.C.). Led by Sir Peter Crane, the Foundation’s inaugural President, OSGF provides workshops, short courses and supports residencies for artists and scholars. Its celebrated Library comprises rare books, manuscripts and works of art relating to horticulture, landscape design, botany and natural history. It is becoming a new center of stimulation of all things botanical, from fundamental research in plant evolution and conservation, to horticultural and plant conservation practice, to the history and art of plants, gardens and landscapes.