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Award Winning Documentary Film “The Breach” at the Northwest Stream Center!
March 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT
Mark Titus will open the film and share by sharing some of his wonderful experiences with salmon in wild streams, where the salmon have gone, and what’s necessary to bring them back. This will be an eye opening experience for all salmon aficionados. Call 425-316-8592 now to reserve your seat for this event in the Northwest Stream Center Chinook Room.
Additional Background about the Breach:
Winner Feature Film Award – Best International Documentary, Galway Film Fleadh, Galway Ireland
Nominee Audience Award – Best Documentary Feature, Palm Springs International Film Festival
During the film, Tutus describes the impacts humans have had on salmon during the last 150 years. And he shows the current battle lines that are drawn and the fight for resource control as the story unfolds through the voices of the people who know the salmon best: fishermen, tribal leaders, scientists, artists, authors and chefs – all with a shared knowledge and passion for wild salmon as cultural treasure, mystery from the sea and vital food source.
In addition to amazing salmon images, the film features: artist Ray Troll; authors David James Duncan (The River Why) and David R. Montgomery (King of Fish); Canadian activist Alexandra Morton; and Inaugural Head of the United States Environment Protection Agency, Bill Ruckelshaus.