The Breach At The Portland Eco Film Festival

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The Breach At The Portland Eco Film Festival
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Portland Ecofilm Festival says
The Breach is a riveting story of the journey of wild salmon and their precarious situation in the ecosystem of the American river system—specifically here in the Pacific Northwest. Filmmaker and fishing guide Mark Titus delves into the lore and reality of wild salmon in the Northwest, including interviews with Russ Busch, campaigner for the removal of Washington State’s Elwha Dam, and Ray Troll, renowned fish artist and activist. Is removing dams enough? With spectacular footage of salmon—from baby fry to spawning—Titus takes us on the powerful journey of the patron fish of the Northwest. (artwork by Ray Troll)

Director Mark Titus and Producer Susan LaSalle in attendance! Community partners Wild Salmon Center. Sponsored by Stash Tea.
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By: Portland Ecofilm Festival

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