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PBI Conservation Café - Salmon September Films

Film, Nature, Animals, Green/Environmental, Benefit/Fundraiser, Community Event, Education

Join Pacific Biodiversity Institute for our 2nd monthly Conservation Café. This month we are screening two award-winning salmon-centric films in the Mountain Room at Boundary Bay Brewery. Free to attend! Watershed and salmon-centric discussion to follow. "The Elwha Undammed: What’s a River For?" A Washington state story of the largest dam removal in American history. Behind the dynamite and bulldozers lies a saga of competing ideas about the purpose and meaning of a river. "The Super Salmon" Come watch the award-winning $2,500 budget film that beat a $5.2-billion hydroelectric mega-dam on Alaska’s Susitna River. Told by passionate and animated Talkeetna fisherman and activist Mike Wood, the story examines the importance of a river to its surrounding community.