View this email in your browser

Montanans for Healthy Rivers newsletter

May 2017 Vol.4 No.3
Advance Tickets at 
Free -Flowing & Clean
This week marks your last chance to watch a collection of intrepid and touching river films all under one roof. The 2017 Wild Rivers Film Tour wraps up this week in Bozeman on Wednesday May 31 at the Eagles Ballroom and in Livingston on Thursday June 1 at the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts. 
The Wild Rivers Film Tour celebrates our love for clean water and free-flowing streams. Films show the stories of a wide variety of people who love rivers, from a New Mexico Native American, to a former U.S. president, to Montana river guides.
American Rivers and the Greater Yellowstone Coalition  co-host the Wild Rivers Film Tour.
Awarded the 2016 Banff Mountain Film Festival Special Jury Mention, The Super Salmon portrays the story of one fish's determination to reach the origin of the Susitna River in Alaska. Known as the Everest of rivers, the Susitna is threatened by a mega-dam proposal, and locals have organized to stop the project. The Wild Rivers Film Tour will also play the world premiere of The Shape of a River, which shows the Yellowstone River as a benefactor to those who choose to live on its banks. The film is the product of a joint effort between two Bozeman-based non-profit organizations – Ocean Media Institute (OMI) and the Montana Aquatic Resource Services (MARS).  Additional short films highlight a kayak school on the Gallatin River, a hiking guide on Montana’s Wild & Scenic designated Middle Fork of the Flathead River, the river legacy left by former President Jimmy Carter, perspectives from Native Americans, and the value in keeping more of America’s rivers wild.
Proceeds from the Wild Rivers Film Tour will benefit Montanans for Healthy Rivers – a coalition of businesses, sportsmen and conservation groups working together to designate new Wild & Scenic Rivers in Montana. Montanans for Healthy Rivers has galvanized support for Wild & Scenic River protections for dozens of Montana’s most cherished streams in the Greater Yellowstone and Crown of the Continent ecosystems. Notable rivers include sections of East Rosebud Creek, the Boulder, Gallatin, Madison, Dearborn, Smith and Yellowstone rivers.
Special Thanks
The Wild Rivers Film Tour is proudly supported by: Bucks T4, Lone Peak Brewery, Montana River Guides, Northern Lights - The Barn, OnSite Energy, Opportunity Bank of Montana, Sweetwater Travel Company, Sylvan Peak Mountain Shop, Timber Trails, Thomas Meagher Bar, The Trail Head, Whitewater Rescue Institute, and Yellowstone Valley Lodge & Grill.
Raffle Items donated by Costa, NRS, Keen and local businesses!
"We must begin thinking like a river if we are to leave a legacy of beauty and life for future generations."
— David Brower
Copyright © 2017 Montanans for Healthy Rivers, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Email Marketing Powered by Mailchimp