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The Rainforest Waters of Cascadia

The Rainforest Waters of CascadiaThe Rain­for­est Waters of Cas­ca­dia (direct­ed by David Saiget) shows the plight of our planet’s tem­per­ate rain­forests, where fresh water exists in its most pure and free-flow­ing state, and where it is most effi­cient­ly cap­tured, retained, and recy­cled. Today, over half the tem­per­ate rain­forests on the earth have been destroyed, lead­ing to the com­pelling need for us to pre­serve these fresh­wa­ter sources to ensure the sur­vival of all the bio­log­i­cal organ­isms (includ­ing humans) that depend on them.

Released in 2013
Run­ning time: 4 min­utes

7:30 pm on Sat., Nov. 7th at SJCT’s Gubel­man The­ater
2:10 pm on Sun., Nov. 8th at SJCT’s Gubel­man The­ater