Throughout the fall, the Murray State College Science Department and Niche Club will present the environmental film series.
The series is free and open to the public.
The award-winning films in the series will explore such fundamental topics as water and food. Are honey bees going the way of the Texas horned lizard? And just where did the "horny toads" go anyway? These are issues that are global in scale, but directly impact Oklahoma. The films have themes that are thought-provoking and bound to raise some discussions.
Dates and films in the series are:
• Today — "Tapped," a look at the bottled water industry
• Oct. 8 — "Food, Inc.," a look at the nation's food supply
• Oct. 22 — "More Than Honey," a look at the impact of a world without the honey bee
• Nov. 5 — "Where Did the Horny Toad Go?," a look at the disappearing Texas Horned Lizard.
The films are presented in Library Science 100 on the Tishomingo campus. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the films start at 6 p.m.