“The Memory of Fish” Asheville Film Premier

“The Memory of Fish” is a moving and inspirational film about one man’s lifelong quest to restore once mighty salmon runs to Washington’s  Elwah River.  It resulted in the biggest dam removal project in U.S. history.  It’s an amazing tale of the restoration of a unique and priceless cold-water fishery and a testament to what one person with courage, passion and persistence can accomplish.  The film is being shown on September 9th as a fundraiser for “The Collider,” an Asheville based non-profit created to find business friendly solutions to climate change.  More details about the evening and tickets are available here.  

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