Travis Rummel stands on a beautifully preserved old growth cedar stump that was revealed after being submerged nearly a century under Washington's 'Lake' Aldwell. The Elwha River has now re-­‐carved its course through the drained reservoir in a scene from DAMNATION. Photo: Ben Knight

DamNation

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Shippensburg - Shippensburg, PA

Thursday 29 January

A FREE public screening of the movie DamNation in at Shippensburg University's Orndorf Theater (in the CUB), co-sponsored by the Shippensburg Geography-Earth Science Department and the Geography & Earth Science Organization.

DamNation uses the Elwha Dam Removal project (and great cinematography) to focus viewers’ attentions on our nation’s aging infrastructure and the new era of dam removal. This campus event is open and free to anyone, but I suspect we might know a few students that are interested in rivers, hydrology, sustainable energy, political action, stream restoration, or dams. Come.

For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/361291974055384/




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