A River's Last Chance Humboldt screening, March 20 at 5 pm

The Humboldt River Institute is pleased to present a special screening of "A River's Last Chance" on Tuesday, March 20th at 5 pm in Founders Hall 118. The film features Humboldt faculty and students. Here is the trailer and facebook event page.

Please help to spread the word to colleagues and students about this exciting opportunity to see a film linked to one of our local ecosystems. Filmmaker Shane Anderson is coming to town to host this event and do a Q&A panel after the film.

The film is rooted in the belief that we can live symbiotically with our watersheds and encourage both a river’s recovery and economic future. Arguably the best opportunity for wild salmon recovery on the West Cost, the Eel River has faced decades of challenges, including overfishing, logging, floods and droughts, and a hydropower dam that diverts water out of basin. Today, the Eel River’s recovering wild salmon compete for water with the region’s burgeoning cannabis economy and wine industries of Sonoma and Mendocino.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmaker Shane Anderson, Jason Hartwick and cast.

Presented by Pacific Rivers and North Fork Studios
Open to the public, $10 donations suggested, Free for students
First come, first serve.