The Wild - Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

Join Stop Pebble Mine supporters and partners for a special livestream of award-winning film The Wild — a documentary on the fight to protect Bristol Bay. Presented by Backpacker's Pantry, Wild Salmon Center, and Eva's Wild.

The event will be live-streamed here on Thursday, October 14 at 7:30pm MDT. 

 

In addition to a screening of the award-winning documentary The Wild, the evening will include a beautiful short film about Bristol Bay, featuring Wild Salmon Center’s Sam Snyder, and a 5-minute short documentary from the eyes and voices of Bristol Bay’s indigenous people, called "Bristol Bay’s First Voices." Following this will be a panel discussion moderated by The Wild producer, John W. Comerford, that includes Wild Salmon Center's Sam Snyder, Bristol Bay indigenous activist Melanie Brown, The Wild director Mark Titus, and special guests.

The screenings and panel discussion are taking place as part of the Rocky Mountain Wild in-person event in Boulder, CO. All proceeds benefit the Bristol Bay Defense Fund. Tickets are available here.

Rocky Mountain Wild is a celebration of Bristol Bay and her People, a declaration of new collaboration from the Coast to Colorado, and an urgent call to protect Bristol Bay and her People’s millennia-old way of life. Event-partner, Wild Salmon Center, is the premier Portland-based salmon conservation nonprofit and part of the coalition working to permanently protect Bristol Bay.

Stay Involved in the Fight

For more than two decades, the people of Bristol Bay, Alaska, have lived under the threat of Pebble Mine. If built, the mine would destroy a $2.2 billion annual fishery and 15,000 jobs, and devastate the world’s last intact salmon-based cultures. The Biden administration has taken the first steps to providing lasting protections for this special region. We’re counting on them to follow the science and finish the job.

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