The Foothill Conservancy's Screening of "DamNation"

The Foothill Conservancy's Screening of "DamNation"

Removing obsolete, local and not-so-local dams and restoring streams will be the topic of a Friday, December 2nd film screening of DamNation, hosted by the Foothill Conservancy. The film will be shown at the Sutter Creek Theatre. A short film on the recent removal of East Panther Creek Dam in Amador County will also be shown. Winner of multiple awards, including the 2015 Wildlife Film Festival, DamNation tells the story of diverse groups of people and communities coming together to remove obsolete dams in order to restore native fisheries, outdoor recreation, local economies and protect tribal culture. All proceeds will support Foothill Conservancy’s Mokelumne River and Watershed Conservation efforts. Tickets are $15.00 in advance and $17 at the door. Tickets can be purchased online at brown paper tickets. For more information, contact Carolyn at 223-3508.

Written by Joey Guidi

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