Loading…
This event has ended. Visit the official site or create your own event on Sched.
Sunday, January 19 • 10:30am - 12:45pm
Whitewater in Peril | A Stone's Throw Away | The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing's Promise | A Bird in the Hand | Legacy | The Sacramento, at Current Speed

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule and see who's attending!

Feedback form is now closed.
Sunday Morning, Gold Miners Inn

Whitewater in Peril
Jeff Litton | 2019 | 3 min
Bear River holds a world-class stretch of whitewater affectionately called "Hair of the Bear." Sadly, this famous stretch of river would be drowned underneath Centennial Reservoir if the proposed new dam is built. There are so many reasons Centennial Dam is terrible for the community, and this film showcases the jaw dropping and hair raising recreation that is at stake.

A Stone's Throw Away
Maxwell Wolff, Jake Smothers, Evan Patrick, Jordan Hill | 2019 | 9 min
Filmmakers Maxwell Wolff and Jake Smothers explore a local Northern California farm and discover a community of people committed to living fulfilling lives outside of the hustle and bustle of the modern world.

The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing's Promise
John de Graaf, Doug Stanley, Greg Davis | 2019 | 27 min
Cohousing is a living arrangement providing both privacy and community. This film explores how a Danish model of intentional living has taken root in the US. Photographed by Doug Stanley, of Greatest Catch fame, the film includes insights from architect Charles Durrett and the experiences of cohousing residents in Nevada City, Grass Valley, Davis, and Fair Oaks, California.

From 9-10am, there will be a tour of Nevada City Cohousing (200 Redbud Way, Nevada City) led by the architect, Charles Durrett. Also from 1-2pm, a second tour will be offered at Wolf Creek Senior Cohousing (800 Freeman Lane, Grass Valley). Both will last for about one hour. Allow another 15 minutes to also see the gardens. Please park on the street (unless you choose to walk to Nevada City Cohousing for this near town tour.)

A Bird in the Hand
Sarinah Simons, Allison Paules Nelson | 2018 | 5 min
Birds amaze us with flight, song, and beauty, but their abundance in North America has declined by almost a third in the past 50 years. A team of committed volunteers is working together at Empire Mine State Historic Park to understand local songbird populations and inspire the next generation of environmental stewards.

Legacy
Joe Flannery, Tahoe National Forest, Kyle Lancaster, Gigantic Film Co | 2019 | 21 min
150 years ago, Chinese Railroad Workers blasted and chiseled their way through the rugged Sierra Nevada Mountains while completing the Transcontinental Railroad. Despite this monumental achievement, the Chinese Railroad Workers' contribution was excluded, ignored, and forgotten from history. Today, grassroots groups are working together to retell the story of these workers' lasting legacy.

The Sacramento, at Current Speed
Tom Bartels, Round House Productions, Mitch Dion | 2019 | 38 min
The Sacramento River is a workhorse, hemmed in by freeways, channelized for agriculture and drinking. But there is a hidden river, where you can launch a boat and float 300 miles to the sea. This is a place of surprising beauty, home to otter, eagle, osprey, and endangered salmon. Can this river be a model for balancing human needs with a natural ecosystem?

Session sponsored by Diane Robertson 

Speakers
avatar for Allison R. Nelson

Allison R. Nelson

Gold Country Avian Studies and Empire Mine Bird Monitoring Program Director, A Bird in the Hand
avatar for Sarinah Simons

Sarinah Simons

Director, A Bird in the Hand
avatar for Jake Smothers

Jake Smothers

Cinematographer,Editor, A Stone's Throw Away
avatar for Maxwell Wolff

Maxwell Wolff

Writer, Director, A Stone's Throw Away
avatar for Doug Stanley

Doug Stanley

Photographer, The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing's Promise
avatar for Greg Davis

Greg Davis

Editor, The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing's Promise
avatar for John de Graaf

John de Graaf

Director, The Best of Both Worlds: Cohousing's Promise
avatar for Joe Flannery

Joe Flannery

Director, Producer, Legacy
avatar for Kyle Lancaster

Kyle Lancaster

Director of Cinematography, Legacy
avatar for Rudy Petschek

Rudy Petschek

Boatman, The Sacramento, at Current Speed
avatar for Mitch Dion

Mitch Dion

Co-Procuder, The Sacramento, at Current Speed
avatar for Tom Bartels

Tom Bartels

Co-Procuder, The Sacramento, at Current Speed



Sunday January 19, 2020 10:30am - 12:45pm
Gold Miners Inn 121 Bank St, Grass Valley, CA 95945, USA

Attendees (52)