As part of the 7th Annual Northwest tribal Water Rights Conference CWA is hosting Stoecker Ecological and Felt Soul Media’s award-winning documentary, DamNation, to the Pioneer School House (437 E. 3rd Ave.) in Anchorage, Alaska on October 9. Doors open at 6:30pm, film starts at 7pm. Presented by Patagonia, DamNation, tells the story of the 20th century dam building boom in the Lower 48 and explores the growing effort to remove dams that have negative impacts on fish, and the growing awareness that America’s future is bound to the life and health of free-flowing rivers.
Matt Kaso, August 6, 2014
I’ve lived in Alaska my entire life but never got involved in the legislative process. That changed this year. My rafting company, Denali View Raft Adventures, is being threatened by a state-sponsored dam proposal on the Susitna River.