‘Watershed: A New Water Ethic for the New West’ Film and Panel Discussion

MarMarch 8 2019

7:00pm Fairfax Women's Club

46 Park Road, Fairfax, CA 94930
  • Add to calendar 2019-03-08 19:00:00 2019-03-08 19:00:00 America/Los_Angeles 'Watershed: A New Water Ethic for the New West' Film and Panel Discussion

    Screening of “Watershed” with Panel discussion moderated by  Colin Kelly,Healthy Watersheds Manager for Pacific Trust with James Redford, documentary filmmaker and founder of the Redford Center, which produced this f Larry Bragman of  MMWD, Marilyn Latta, State Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, and  Justin Taplin, Senior Environmental Scientist at Sutroscience.  

    Also: Drake High School ComAcad Students will be sharing a short promotional video on Open Space.                                                                               

    Refreshments available

    $5 Donations suggested   — Proceeds benefit Open Space Projects

    Spread the Word!
    Please Forward this email, Bring a friend, and let your community know about this urgently important film and event. The more we know the more we can protect our future.

    Learn more about the film here. 

    46 Park Road, Fairfax, CA 94930
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Screening of “Watershed” with Panel discussion moderated by  Colin Kelly,Healthy Watersheds Manager for Pacific Trust with James Redford, documentary filmmaker and founder of the Redford Center, which produced this f Larry Bragman of  MMWD, Marilyn Latta, State Coastal Conservancy Project Manager, and  Justin Taplin, Senior Environmental Scientist at Sutroscience.  

Also: Drake High School ComAcad Students will be sharing a short promotional video on Open Space.                                                                               

Refreshments available

$5 Donations suggested   — Proceeds benefit Open Space Projects

Spread the Word!
Please Forward this email, Bring a friend, and let your community know about this urgently important film and event. The more we know the more we can protect our future.

Learn more about the film here. 

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