New documentary explores Graveyard Fields

Press release from Summit Marketing Group: 

To educate and advocate for Graveyard Fields, The Pisgah Conservancy has partnered with Bonesteel Films to produce a 16-minute documentary about the history, beauty and challenges facing the area.

On August 29 at 6PM, the film will be shown at The DFR Room, a restaurant and event space in Brevard at 36 E Main St, Brevard, NC.

On August 30 at 6:30 and 7PM, the film will be shown in the High Gravity Room at Sierra Nevada at 100 Sierra Nevada Way, Fletcher. Doors will open at 6PM.

Admission is free at both events. Donations are welcome. Raffle tickets for a Julyan Davis painting can be purchased at

The mission of The Pisgah Conservancy is to provide funding to preserve the natural resources and scenic beauty of the Pisgah Ranger District and to enhance the recreational experience of all visitors to Pisgah.

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3 thoughts on “New documentary explores Graveyard Fields

  1. Craig,

    Hello! what about some of us who are very avid hikers of Graveyard fields but wont be able to make the viewing of this, is there any way we can this online?

      • Edwin Arnaudin

        Summit Marketing Group says the film will eventually be viewable online, but not until after all of the screening events have happened. An exact date for its online availability has yet to be determined.

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