2013 Events


SalmonInTheTrees

(Salmon in the Trees, a book and video by Amy Gulick)

Our 2013 festival program features 30+ films on salmon, organized in one-hour (cartoons!), two-hour or three-hour sessions.

We’ve organized the films so that many films repeat at least once during the festival: from Friday, Nov. 8th (5-10 pm) through Sunday, Nov. 10th (10 am – 10 pm).

Our exhibit hall will feature educational displays, salmon books (for sale) from the Galley Bookshop in Mendocino, salmon advocacy postcards and petitions (to make a difference!) from Food & Water Watch, and lots of informational literature.

We’ll have salmon cookies, Save the Tuna seaweed salad from Ocean Harvest Sea Vegetables, and lots of salmon treats from Harvest Market.

Our festival will feature speakers from local, tribal, and regional organizations working to restore salmon, salmon habitat and salmon waterways, including the Salmon Restoration Association, the Winnemem Wintu, the Mendocino Area Parks Association, the Mendocino Land Trust the Jughandle Creek Farm & Nature Center, the North Coast Fishing Association, and the California Conservation Corps.

With the purchase of a FESTIVAL PASS, you are welcome to drop into the festival at any time!

If you are just interested in a single 2-3 hour session, you are welcome to purchase a single-session ticket.

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IN MEMORIAMWe were saddened to hear of the passing of filmmaker Bruce Tokars, of Salmon Water Now, a tremendous resource for salmon advocates. We join his family and colleagues in mourning his passing.

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