A film festival dedicated to telling the stories of watersheds in the Pacific Northwest will feature three films put together by Trout Unlimited.
The “Stories of Our Watersheds Film Event,” put on by River Restoration Northwest will show 15 short films at the Hollywood Theater in Portland, including TU’s 1,000 Miles, the story of Orvis and Trout Unlimited working to rstrongove outdated or impeded culverts to reconnect habitat, Revitalizing Rearing Habitat: The PS3 Side Channel Project, a story about revitalizing a section of the Salmon River impacted by gold-dredging, and A Better Path: Stewardship of the Metolius River, a look at impoving habitat on this iconic river in the Deschutes National Forest.
What:Stories of Our Watersheds Film Event
Who:hosted by RRNW
When: May 7th, doors open at 7pm and films will be shown from 7:30 to 9:30pm
Where: Hollywood Theater, 4122 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR
Cost:$8 advance tickets ($1 charge per ticket will apply to online purchases)
At the door:$9; $7 students, under 12 or over 65
For more information go to: www.rrnw.org/Films