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Damned To Extinction

When:
June 11, 2019 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2019-06-11T18:00:00-07:00
2019-06-11T20:30:00-07:00
Where:
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
61980 Skyline Ranch Rd.
Bend
OR 97703
Cost:
$10 donation
Contact:
Rynda Clarke
760 445 8653

The Damned To Extinction Film Premiere will happen June 11th at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.  Steven Hawley, Writer and Filmmaker, will be at the showing.  He is the author of “Recovering a Lost River” a book that inspired the documentary film “Dam Nation” by Patagonia.  A $10 donation is requested to support expenses for this showing and the continued advocacy for salmon and orcas. A donation is not required to register or attend.  Order tickets here.

Sponsors: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Social Justice Committee & the Central Oregon Bitterbrush Broads, Great Old Broads for Wilderness

“For eons, a one-of-a-kind population of killer whales has hunted chinook salmon along the Pacific Coast. For the last 40 years, renowned whale scientist Ken Balcomb has closely observed them. He’s familiar with a deadly pattern. Salmon numbers plummet. Orcas starve. The downward spiral compelled him to realize that studying whales was no longer enough. He needed to act. The orcas need roughly a million salmon a year, where to find a million fish? The solution says Balcomb, is getting rid of four fish-killing dams 500 miles away, on the largest tributary to what was, until it was dammed nearly to death in the last century, the largest chinook producing river on earth. Studying whales is science. Removing dams is politics. Defiantly mixing the two, says Balcomb, has become the most important work of his storied career. Meanwhile, the race to extinction for salmon and orcas speeds up, nipping at the heels of the plodding, clumsy pace of political change in the Pacific Northwest, where dams and hydropower are king.”

 

 

 

 

 

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