Panhandle Chapter to show double feature of “Red Gold” and “Eastern Rises” at Little Panida on Wednesday May 22 to support the Save Bristol Bay Campaign.

We know most of you are familiar with the campaign to stop development of the mammoth Pebble Mine in Alaska.  But did you know that the EPA’s Revised Watershed Assessment shows a clear need for protecting Bristol Bay?  The Assessment, released April 26, is open for comments now.  Trout Unlimited is offering a trip to the Crystal Creek Lodge in the Bristol Bay region…you can learn more and help save Bristol Bay here.

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In support of the campaign, the Panhandle Chapter is planning a free showing of Red Gold (54 minutes) and a bonus showing of Eastern Rises (38 minutes).  For those of you who may have been at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival, you’ll remember seeing some of the beautiful footage of Kamchatka, Russia – now we bring you the full length film!

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Also, learn about what’s been happening since the film Red Gold was
released with a brief “intermission” update.

We invite you to join us!  Read details on how to get tickets here!

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