CHATTAHOOCHEE: FROM WATER WAR TO WATER VISION

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CHATTAHOOCHEE: FROM WATER WAR TO WATER VISION

MARCH
18
6:30 PM

Venue: Sidwell Friends School
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CHATTAHOOCHEE: FROM WATER WAR TO WATER VISION (USA, 2010, 60 min.)

Endangered Rivers

Shown as a part of the Rivers Program

Introduced by Bob Irvin, President of American Rivers.  

The Southeastern United States is a region that used to be known for plentiful rainfall and abundantly flowing rivers. But, for almost 20 years, three states — Georgia, Florida and Alabama — have been locked in a fierce struggle over water. The film looks at the complex origins of the conflict, the challenges to be overcome and some promising solutions. Produced by Rhett Turner and Jonathan Wickham. 

Panel discussion, moderated by Stephanie Flack, Potomac River Project Director, Nature Conservancy, with Bob Irvin, President, American Rivers; Hedrick Belin, President, The Potomac Conservancy, Potomac: The River Runs Through Us filmmakers Peggy Fleming and Sean Furmage, and Chattahoochee: From Water War to Water Vision filmmaker Rhett Turner.

Shown with POTOMAC: THE RIVER RUNS THROUGH US

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE: No reservations required.

Sidwell Friends School

Meeting House

3825 Wisconsin Ave., NW 

Park in the parking structure at 3845 Wisconsin Ave., directly across Rodman St. 

(Metro: Tenleytown/ AU)

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