Bolin Creek Unpaved: Saving Carrboro’s Last Forest is an award winning feature documentary film that explores the diversity & beauty of Carrboro’s last intact riparian forest and the controversy surrounding its conservation. It’s a story about our town, but it’s also a story about every town facing the issue of development versus conservation…the importance of having wild places next to where we live and how that adds to our quality of life more than “more pavement” ever can. Bolin Creek Unpaved was made with a budget of $0 by filmmaker Charles Morris of The Video Slab and countless community volunteers.
Please enjoy the film.
Bolin Creek Unpaved: Saving Carrboro’s Last Forest from TheVideoSlab on Vimeo.