Earth Day Film Program at Favell Museum April 21

Earth Day Film Program at Favell Museum April 21

Environmental Films presented by Klamath Film

MORE INFO:
WHAT: Earth Day Environmental Film Show
WHERE: Favell Museum, 125 W Main Street, Klamath Falls
WHEN: Thursday, April 21, 7 p.m.
COST: $10, or $5 with Klamath Film membership
TICKETS AT: https://klamathfilm.ticketspice.com/earth-day-film-night#
On April 21, 2022 Klamath Film will host a program of environmental films at the Favell Museum in Klamath Falls.  
 
Films featured in the program include:
Guardians of the River
A film detailing the devastation of California and Oregon salmon populations created by the Copco 1 &2, Iron Gate, and JC Boyle dams and the challenges to restoration of the habitat.
Bring the Salmon Home
The story of a small group of activists who challenged the energy industry and regulatory agencies to save their river.
Heal the Land, Heal the People
A film from the Klamath Tribes exploring the environmental balance in the Klamath Basin and a perspective on what’s needed to maintain it.
 
…and a special feature by Freshwaters Illustrated.
 
Tickets must be purchased in advance online at https://klamathfilm.ticketspice.com/earth-day-film-night# Admission is just $10, or $5 with an active Klamath Film membership (if you don’t remember your membership discount code let us know and we will be happy to provide it).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
BRING THE SALMON HOME         GUARDIANS OF THE RIVER           HEAL THE LAND HEAL THE PEOPLE
 
 

Tickets are $10, or $5 with Klamath Film membership.
Tickets available here: https://klamathfilm.ticketspice.com/earth-day-film-night

Earth Day gives us a chance to reflect on the natural gifts that make the Klamath Basin such a unique and wondrous place to live.  And film gives us a chance to see things through the eyes of others, explore new ideas, and raise our emotions about the place we live and the planet we live on.

Please join us.

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