The 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