Small commercial fisheries and their role in a local, sustainable seafood industry are the subject of “Wild Caught: The Life and Struggles of an American Fishing Town.”
The documentary will be shown at the Jenner Community Center at 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7.
The film’s director, Matthew Barr, will lead a discussion about the film and struggling fishing communities.
The screening is free; donations will benefit the Jenner Creek Restoration Fund.
“Wild Caught” tells the story of Sneads Ferry, N. C., a village whose fishing culture dates to the late 1600s.
The Jenner Community Center is at 10398 Highway 1, Jenner. Information: (707) 865-2771