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Siskiyou Project

Mission Statement

For future generations of all species, the Siskiyou Project is the grassroots network dedicated to permanently protecting the globally outstanding Klamath-Siskiyou forests. The Siskiyou Project combines science, education and advocacy to build an inspired and effective local and national constituency for this special place.

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Contact

Siskiyou Project
+1 54159244

Address

9335 Takilma Rd
Cave Junction OR 97523 US

Languages

English

Additional Information

6TH Annual SISKIYOU ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL February 2, 3 & 4, 2007

Siskiyou Environmental Film Festival Friday-Sunday, February 2-4 Havurah Sanctuary 185 North Mountain Street (down the street from SOU), Ashland 541-592-4459,

Buy tickets at the door, and at Northwest Nature Shop in Ashland at 154 Oak Street, or by calling Siskiyou Project at 541-592-4459. A three-day festival pass is $25 ($15 for student or low income) and day passes are $10 ($6 for student or low income). Presented by Siskiyou Project: protecting the Siskiyou Wild Rivers area for future generations.

Each year for the past 5 years, the festival has brought together conservationists, indigenous speakers, and grassroots organizations under one roof to examine the critical issues facing our world. We invite you to attend this year’s exhilarating presentation as we explore our world and see how people can make a difference. Renewable Energy is provided by Ashland Renewable Pioneers and Pacific Power Blue Sky.

Brought to you by the Ashland Outdoor Store, Ashland Food Co-op, Dagoba Chocolate (http://www.dagobachocolate.com), Defenders of Wildlife, Morningstar Healing Arts, Center for Natural Healing, Shop’n Kart, Northwest Nature Shop, Desert First!, Full Circle Chiropractic, Green Leaf Restaurant, Lithia Springs Veterinary Care, Herb Pharm (http://www.herb-pharm.com), Cozmic Pizza, The Bead Studio, Siskiyou Women’s Health Care, Dave Maize Acoustic Guitars, Geppetto’s, Heartsong Herbal Brewing Company, Ashland Mountain Supply, Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center, Ecology Center of the Siskiyous, Eugene Robbins General Dentistry, OSPIRG, National Center for Conservation Science & Policy, Media Collective, New Tribe, Mycospa, and Lomakatsi Restoration Project.

Special thanks also goes out to Ralph Bowman, Patrick Tovatt, Creative Alternative, Martin's Printing, Jefferson Public Radio, Havurah Sanctuary, Marilyn Moore, Sallie and Allan Sandler, Paige Prewett, and KTVL -TV.

For directions to the Havurah Sanctuary, go to http://www.havurahshirhadash.org/location.html.

Film Festival schedules available at http://siskiyou.org/festival

download poster here: http://www.kskq.org/images/Sis_Indi_Film_07_poster.pdf

"The Environmental movement pays too little attention to using media in getting its message across. This festival is the place to find out how to do it...and do it well."

David Brower, Chairman, Earth Island Institute (1999)


FEBRUARY 2-4 TIMES FILMS & SPEAKERS

FRIDAY 5:00 - 10:00 PM 5:00 – 6:30 - America's Lost Landscape - The Siskiyou Field Institute Sue Parrish 6:30 – 7:00 - Social and Festival Kickoff - Chip Dennerlein 7:00 – 10:00 -Dana Lyons Global Tour Dana Lyons

                    -Temperate Rainforest Presentation  Pat Rasmussen
                    -Tracking the Pacific Fisher  Lesley Adams
                    -Source to Sea: Columbia River Swim  Andy Norris

SATURDAY 2:00 - 10:00 PM

2:00 – 5:30
  • Out of Balance
  • Tales of the San Joaquin
  • Precipice of Survival: Southern Sea Otter Amaroq Weiss
  • Wings Over the Wild: Light Hawk in Mesoamerica
  • Treebark Viola Brumbaugh
5:30 - 10:00
  • Dark Water Rising Kim Upham
  • Portrait 2: Trojan
  • Battle for the Klamath Steve Johnson
  • Ride of the Merganser
  • An Inconvenient Truth

SUNDAY 2:00 - 8:00 PM

2:00 – 4:40
  • Last of the Spanish Mustangs
  • Lords of the Chain Ring
  • Transforming Energy Paige Prewett
4:40 - 8:00
  • Fairy Tracks Jerry Wellman
  • Texas Gold
  • Southbounders
  • Special screening, to be announced…


2007 Siskiyou Environmental Film Festival (SEFF) in Ashland, Oregon, February 2-4.

Ashland’s Renewable Pioneers program gives residents and businesses the power to support regional wind and solar electricity, bring new solar projects to Ashland, and offset the environmental impact of greenhouse gas emissions by purchasing Green Tags from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation. Learn more and join Renewable Pioneers at www.GreenAshland.org or 1.866.BEF.TAGS.

Herb Pharm is available at www.Herb-Pharm.com.

Conserving species and protecting the environment are admirable goals, but if no one hears about your projects then attitudes remain unchanged, public support suffers, and things get steadily worse. To inform, educate, encourage and inspire—and to bring about change for good—is an essential task.

The Environmental movement pays too little attention to using media in getting its message across. This festival is the place to find out how to do it...and do it well. -- David Brower, Chairman, Earth Island Institute (1999)

SEFF CONTACT INFO:

Justin Rohde - Film Festival Director -

SEFF (send films): 9335 Takilma Rd, Cave Junction, OR 97523 : 541-592-4459
Grants Pass: 213 SE H. St., Grants Pass, OR 97526 : 541-476-6648
Lisa Rohde - Business Sponsors and Volunteers -

SEFF (leave message): 9335 Takilma Rd, Cave Junction, OR 97523 : 541-592-4459

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