Water Warriors

Testimony: Remembering Glen Canyon

9 Minutes
Filmmaker: Kent Wagner
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More than fifty years after the construction of the Glen Canyon dam, the dam’s existence remains a sensitive subject especially to those fortunate enough to have seen the canyon before it was inundated. Today, pressures on the dwindling water supply in the Colorado River are encouraging renewed discussions about how water is being allocated and whether storing it in Lake Powell still makes sense.

Screens on Sunday, October 23 during Block 8, which begins at 3:30 pm at Reynolds Hall on the Shepherd University Campus.

Thirty Million

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Filmmakers: Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor
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A statistic. But this statistic is made up of individuals. Bangladesh is often described as the most vulnerable country on the planet in the face of a changing climate, as its people are already at risk from rising seas. Filmmakers Daniel Price and Adrien Taylor were fueled by the urgency of the impending displacement of these people who did relatively little to contribute to a problem that may bring unprecedented human suffering.

Two Screenings!  Screens on Saturday, October 22 during BLOCK 4, which begins at 2:15 pm at the National Conservation Training Center.  Encore screening on Friday, Oct 28th during Block 11, which begins at 6:30 pm at Reynolds Hall.

Co2ld Waters

11 min

Filmmaker: Jeremy Roberts

At the end of the 2014 fishing season, five respected fly fishermen came together to celebrate the joy and passion of fly fishing and to discuss the biggest threat anglers face: a changing climate and warming trout waters.

4:15 pm at the Opera House – Block 8

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Elk River Blues

58 min

Filmmaker: Mike Youngren

This story of systematic failure centers on the chemical spill in January 2014 into the Elk River near Charleston, WV. A coal-cleaning chemical fouled the area water system and closed the tap on 300,000 residents. The documentary asks, “Where were the agencies that are supposed to protect us from ourselves?” It discusses “Appalachian Fatalism”- the public tendency to accept hardship and disaster as a way of life. ERB also takes us to the watershed, the glorious headwaters where West Virginia’s abundant water resource emerges clean and pure.

7:50 pm on Friday at the Byrd Center for Legislative Studies – Block 1

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