NCTC Conservation Lecture Series: The International Fly-Fishing Film Festival

Join us Wednesday, November 29, at 7:00 pm ET, Byrd Auditorium, National Conservation Training Center, Shepherdstown, WV for NCTC's Conservation Lecture Series:  The International Fly-Fishing Film Festival!

The International Fly-Fishing Film Festival is the world’s leading fly-fishing film event, consisting of films produced by professional filmmakers from all corners of the globe and showcases the passion, lifestyle, and culture of fly fishing. It is the gathering place of the fly-fishing community and a celebration of friendship, fly-fishing stories and stoke.

 The film festival travels the globe featuring the very best in today's fly-fishing films. Nine films will be screened including Father Nature, a new film on former FWS Director John Turner and his family guide work on the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park. For a preview of the featured films, visit:

 This program is a part of the NCTC Conservation Lecture Series, which is co-sponsored by The Friends of the NCTC. No tickets or reservations are required.

All are welcome!

Upcoming Events - NCTC Conservation Lecture Series

  • Thursday, November 30, 7:30 pm: Doug Brinkley, author "Silent Spring Revolution" 
  • Wednesday, Jan. 10, 7:00 pm: Tracy Leskey, USDA Researcher “Spotted Lanternflies”

For more information, please contact Mark Madison (304-876-7276)

Event date and time
Event location name
Byrd Auditorium, National Conservation Training Center


698 Conservation WayShepherdstown,25443WV
Age range
All ages