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Friday, February 25, 2022
Virtual Room opens at 6:30 pm, Films begin at 7 pm

Link provided upon registration

With support from:


Watch the 2022 trailer here!

Schedule of Films:
Films are available for 24 hours after event with registration
A River Reborn
Abandoned for generations amidst in the ruins of coal country, the Little Conemaugh river and the communities it flows through are poised for an unlikely rebirth.
Finding Salmon
Follow 11-year-old, Keyona, into a wondrous world of trees, water, and friendly fish... and find the spirit of Salmon Watch, a program that connects Oregon youth to their backyard river ecosystems.
Wastewater: A Tale of Two Cities
The other tale of two cities - both plagued by decades of lack of investment and racial discrimination in their wastewater infrastructure and facing further challenges amidst climate change - told by community members, advocates, utility operators, and elected officials. As the nation grapples with how to fund long overdue infrastructure needs, this film brings to light the need for urgency and equity in these decisions.
West Portal Creek
Guardians of the River

Klamath River Indigenous leaders and youth fight to free their river from life-killing dams, restoring salmon, economy, and culture.
One Star Reviews
They say National Parks are America's greatest idea. Some of the most beautiful and sacred places in all the world. Well, for some people... there's still room for improvement! (satire)
Ghost Ponds
A grassroots movement seeks to reverse biodiversity loss by recovering a lost feature of the landscape... ghost ponds.
The Last Hike
83-year-old Nimblewill Nomad is about to become the oldest person to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail.

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