Recology is very proud to host a screening of “Watershed: Exploring a New Water Ethic for the New West,” produced by REDFORD CENTER AND Kontent Films based in San Francisco. Writer/director Mark Decena will be in attendance for a Q&A following the screening.
5:30-6:00: Refreshments/light snacks
6:00-6:15: Introduction/comments by Mark Decena of Kontent Films
6:00-7:00: Documentary Film – Watershed, executive produced and narrated by Robert Redford
7:00-7:15 Q & A
Location: 900 7th St. San Francisco (a few blocks from the train station), parking is available in the lot. DIRECTIONS
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This film is inspiring, beautifully filmed with loads of details and information. The speakers represent many different viewpoints of how the conservation of water affects them and their communities. You’ll be surprised by some of the adaptions and enjoy the passion of these stories. Very well done! Enjoy watching this great film by Mark Decena. – the editor
In this documentary film, restoration workers, fisherman and ranchers discuss the future of the most diverted river in the world — the Colorado River. Man’s impact on this critical resource has come at a cost: the river runs dry in parts it hasn’t before, and huge populations are dependent on its water. The story of the Colorado River is in many ways the story of water in the West. And the challenges continue as we struggle with droughts and increased demand for this most precious resource.
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