When: Fri., Jan. 19, 7-9 p.m. 2018
The Eel River in Northern California is arguably the best opportunity for wild salmon recovery on the entire west coast. The river and salmon have weathered decades of over fishing , abusive logging, catastrophic floods and droughts , a hydro power dam that diverts water out of basin. Today the Eels recovering wild salmon compete for water with the region’s underground multi billion dollar cannabis economy and the multi billion dollar wine industries of Sonoma and Mendocino. panel discussion following the film with cast and crew. Tickets are $15 and all proceeds go back to Eel River conservation and further outreach of the film This film is rooted in the belief that we can live symbiotically with our watersheds and encourage both a rivers recovery and economic future. A River’s Last Chance premiered to a sold out crowd at the Portland Eco Film Fest, has won “Best Environmental Film” at the Yosemite Film Festival and will debut at the 2018 Wild and Scenic Film festival .